Millennials are all about urban living, even in the suburbs. Suburban locations that increasingly emphasize transit- and pedestrian-friendly streets, a diversity of housing types and urban conveniences, are attracting older millennials. This market trend is an important feature of our investment thesis and why all of our properties are within walking distance to train stations to NYC.
I spent the past (almost) 7 years living in the city. Rhys was 6 when we moved there. This place helped me raise her. This’ll be the house she’ll think of when she thinks of her childhood home, mine is Boulder Dr. I had amazing neighbors and an overall amazing experience living there.
But, it was time to go. I knew this was the perfect time to move. Change is scary, but it’s needed for growth. ✌🏻🏡✨
What was once a rural beautiful area becomes a haven for continuous construction. One house, to two houses soon a whole city is built with no slowing down in sight. Department stores, movie theaters, restaurants, and more open up to combat the large crowds. It’s the suburban expansion 🏠
Just waved goodbye to our beautiful Texan home 😭. We have spent the last 2 weeks in this mad house, filled with crazy children and even crazier adults. Bbqs, balloon and 'diaper' head dancing, hen parties and white trash garden parties. It has been a blast!! What a wonderful experience it has been. Back to reality tonight 😭😭😭 -
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When would you like to spend time out here... Night 🖤 or Day 💛... or how about both!! 😍 The sleek space doesn’t end at the house, 34 Fitch Ave has a whole 0.65 acres to enjoy 🌿 Unmatched Darien property! Give us a call!! 203.247.3659
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Fall in the ‘burbs. Does it get better? Zoom in and notice the sweet scallop detail on the trim, too! #westhartford
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Life expectancy varies by 30 years from one end to the other of Chicago's Red train line. No city in America has a bigger gap.
A baby born in Streeterville, one of the more prosperous districts, can expect to live to 90. Further south, an infant born in the most blighted parts of Englewood, has a life expectancy of about 60.
Tap on the link in our bio to join our correspondent on a train journey that highlights the realities, and effects, of racial segregation in America.
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