Urban development is continuing to change especially as millennials are moving. In our first article, we see this change and the effect that it has had on US cities today. We then take a step back and look at a caveat to this observation: could this be another result of the media glorifying reality? Following this, we look at Bloomberg Business’s article on the changing perspective of apartment investors. We then take a look at a developer who took recycling from trash to real estate. Finally, we take a look at a heat-warming story of people across the nation helping the homeless.
- The Urban environment is shifting according to USA Today. Are millennials changing the make-up of cities? How will US cities look in the future?:
- The Week takes a step back to look at the media hype about the cities seeing strong core job growth. Could all this buzz in the media just be glorified statistics?:
- Bloomberg looks at the changing outlook of apartment investors. “On a risk-adjusted basis, the suburban markets look more attractive.” Does it make more sense to invest in the suburban areas with crowding cities?:
- Look at this developer who’s using his skills to transform discarded buildings into affordable housing. Do you know of a property that you could transform to be used as a rental?:
- In the midst of the city growth are many people without homes trying to brave the weather. People from all over the country are helping create homes for these less fortunate survivors. You can help too!: