Millennials settle in DC for good

  • In a Urban Land Institute survey of Millennials, that age group was found to be likely to stay in The District and its five suburbs that are located inside the Beltway.
  • Among owners, 59 percent believe that homes are good long-term investments.
  • Millennials also own cars, but still frequently use public transportation and walk to get to their destinations.

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In a new report on the Millennial generation, young people are choosing Washington, D.C. to live and indicated that they are likely to stay there when they begin families.