Forbes, on January 12, reported that by the end of 2016, Millennials, or citizens falling between the ages of 18 and 34 within 2015, have outgrown Baby Boomers as the America’s largest generation. Often predicted to be a group that would live in cities throughout most of their lives, unattracted by the amenities of suburban life that appealed to their parents, Dallas real estate developer Marcus Hiles points to significant proof that, as they begin to settle down, the majority of these individuals will move to the suburbs, continuing the trend of the generation before them. Hiles believes that millennials have the power to revitalize communities throughout the U.S., permanently restructuring traditional American ways of life.

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