For the first time in four years, a quarterly survey indicates “market saturation in urban areas.”

October 23, 2018


According to the quarterly survey of residential design trends from the American Institute of Architects, “market saturation in urban areas—and the resulting shift of development back to suburban areas—has caused demand for some community features related to accessibility to level off.”  ...


The AIA’s findings are in line with the idea of “peak millennial” in American cities as members of a generation that once migrated towards cities are being priced out of dense urban areas, especially if they’re looking to buy homes.


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