Cities work to keep young professionals as they become parents

12/4/2012 | USA Today

Young professionals have been a major force behind the renaissance of many urban areas in the U.S. As many in the millennial generation begin to have children, however, some are questioning whether cities still offer the amenities they need. Cities that don't improve their schools, transit systems and parks and provide family-oriented housing risk losing residents to the suburbs, experts say.

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