Shipping, manufacturing, finance, tourism—each has buoyed the city, then left a wake of wreckage. New York will have to continue to find new ways to spread the risk, helping industries to expand beyond their niches. Even after the pandemic has passed, workspace and commuting patterns may shift, and a lot of the city will adapt. How can a new generation of offices, factories, and hybrid work/retail/community spaces transform the concept of a business district? Curbed's Justin Davidson invites David Ehrenberg (Brooklyn Navy Yard), Esmeralda Herrera (Communitas America), and Claire Weisz (WXY) to discuss.