Okay Boomer, Millennials Find This Lifestyle Might Not Be That Terrible
by Adam Felts
AgeLab Director Joseph Coughlin writes in Forbes on the attractiveness of suburban living to Millennials -- and how Millennials may be changing the suburbs:
"Many suburbs are getting a makeover. Faux town centers, that is, activity centers located where there is no legacy of a classic main street, are being built with restaurants, shops, grocery stores, coffee bars, exercise boutiques, and more. Often anchored by a Whole Foods or another lifestyle retailer, multifamily housing, and even nearby single-family developments, are offering more affordable, lower density urbanesque options."
Read Dr. Coughlin's thoughts in full here.