Millennial expectations for an authentic sense of place


The message is clear for employers and developers looking to attract the millennial generation: build spaces and companies that place a premium on community.

“The future is in good hands if it’s in millennial hands,” says Deb Ryan, architecture professor at UNC Charlotte. “Millennials want to celebrate differences; differences in individuals, cultures, neighborhoods and cities. They search out what is unique and fun.”

And they are drawn to work, live and play in spaces that create a…

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