Published at: 2015-07-31 14:39 | Author: David Karch
Urbanization is a global phenomenon, and while the reasons behind it vary from country to country,
the impact is enormous. According to an America’s Market Intelligence report, 1.3 million people move to cities every week at a time when half the world’s population already resides in cities. The same report predicts two-thirds of the population will live in cities as soon as 2030.

American Millennials – who came into adulthood around 2000 - are driving an exodus from the suburbs that were populated originally by Baby Boomers intent on living the American dream beyond the city line. This mak...

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