Winter 2018: The New Neighborhood

As the real estate development economy continues to awaken, we are seeing development take a different form than what we were seeing during the previous boom period. There is currently a big focus in both the private and public sectors on re-examining and re-doing existing buildings and communities. 

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One way of looking at the coliving trend, which is providing inclusive housing for younger people launching their careers in big and exciting — but expensive — cities, is “adult dorms,” a grownup version of upscale college dorms.


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