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The Millennials, with a firm resolve to live in the best

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Access to a fun-filled patio, with ping-pong tables, fire pits and a tree house for adults. These are just some of the amenities that the new luxury condominiums and high-end rental buildings in major US cities are including with a specific goal in mind: high-income urban millennials, reviewed the digital portal Mansion Global.

This 19- to 35-year-old group is focused on their lifestyle, experts say, and it is partly because of this that these services are attractive to them. Many work from home, travel by bicycle, and put more emphasis on experiences than on possessions.

Dan McInerney, vice president of Taconic Investment Partners, a Manhattan-based company that owns, operates and develops commercial and residential real estate, described this generation that lives in community and shares much online as well as in person, because they are Very social.

And they have developed new high-level buildings for rent and condominiums in massive, mixed-use developments such as Reach and Rise at Brickell City Center in Miami and residences at the Playa Vista development in Los Angeles, two projects aimed at The millenarians.

According to Forbes, this generation is more digital, using several mobile devices and apps, are very critical and therefore more demanding.

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Source / Real Estate America

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