At our second CBC Talk, hosted by Subproject 4, we were pleased to welcome Daniel Kiss. In his lecture "From Socialist Planning to Investor Urbanism. Recent Revival of Socialism's Abandoned Renewal Plans in Budapest." Kiss used the case study of the protracted redevelopment of a dilapidated neighborhood in Budapest to explain that, in addition to the structural legacies of the socialist period, the unrealized plans had a significant impact on the development of the post-socialist city and are still felt today. While socialist planning neglected the areas between the historic centers and the new satellites, leading to their decay, it also provided a model for their greenfield renewal, which ironically resurrected under market conditions in the form of contextless investor urbanism. The lecture will discuss this context and present contemporary developments as late consequences of planning practices under state socialism.