Creating spaces for everyone: bridging the multi-generational gap

Rebecca Rockey

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Millennials and Generation Z account for 50 percent of the world’s population and will become an even more powerful force for change over the coming years. These generations are redefining a new way to shop, work and live. Therefore, understanding how they want to interact with buildings is integral to providing successful spaces no matter what real estate sector you are operating in.

How do you bridge the multi-generational gap and create spaces for everyone? Read the full article.

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