COVID’s impact: The ‘burbs’ are back, retail is changing

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Not long ago, experts who track New Jersey’s land use and development trends were putting the nail in the coffin of suburban sprawl.

As recently as this past winter, indicators showed that millennials – the generation that is taking over the workforce, and marrying and having children – did not want suburban life. Instead, they wanted to live and work in more walkable, densely populated urban environments like Brooklyn, Hoboken and Jersey City.


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