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Migrating Millennials: From Smartphone to Smarthome

Millennials, the new buzzword trending now, and for a very good reason. It is estimated that there are currently 80 million in the U.S. What Does that mean for today’s social economical and housing market? The boom of the internet has dramatically changed the way we live, work, shop and entertain. Especially for a generation that grew up almost exclusively with advanced online technology and constant access to whatever they want, whenever they want it.

For this generation the idea of job security, a pension and social security are “wishful thinking.” We live in a time when startups and working from home are the new norm. The cost of living in Manhattan and New York City are outpricing Millennials Which have them looking into different options in cities like White Plains and New Rochelle. Where you get more bang for your buck and a commute that’s 30 minutes or less.

This forum will address key points such as:

  • Amenities proving to be most attractive for millennial migration
  • Demand drivers of developments geared towards millennials
  • Viable alternatives to core development projects: submarkets, walking cities, mixed used properties
  • Sustainability, community,education
  • Travel, time, tech