Smaller cities are thriving by providing urban amenities, affordable housing and sustainability efforts.
Small communities use smart growth tools to gain an economic edge.
Developers and planners are working to provide not just a place to live but a lifestyle — and to make it accessible for budget-conscious millennials
Kitchen incubators help entrepreneurs become restaurateurs.
Light industrial/retail, mixed-use buildings called “maker spaces” are bringing jobs and vitality to neighborhoods around the country.
Communal office spaces grant memberships to freelancers and ‘solopreneurs’ looking for collaborative workspaces.
Millennials’ preference for bicycles and alternative transit revitalizes metro areas.
As the U.S. recovers from the recession, city centers are seeing that smart growth, like walkability and access to transit, is linked to job growth.
To draw millennials, employers choose locations in vibrant, walkable centers.
Join NAR staff for a Google Hangout as they talk about the 2015 NAR Member Profile on Thursday, June 11th, aat 2:00 p.m. Eastern time.