How young people are reshaping the urban landscape

09/13/2012 | Atlantic Cities, The

Members of the millennial generation have flocked to urban areas, which provide economic and cultural opportunities, but it remains to be seen how many will choose to live in cities over the long term, writes Rolf Pendall, director of the Urban Institute's Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center. Young people "have generated new demands for local government and businesses so that cities are becoming places where families stay by choice and not just by necessity," he writes.

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