The Hill | By: Chris Leinberger and Thomas K. Wright
(March 18, 2016)
"The journey from cities to car-oriented suburbs was once a given, a rite of passage that marked the transition for some Americans, especially affluent ones, from youth to adulthood. But no longer. Americans increasingly prefer to live in walkable communities in either cities or suburban towns, with jobs, retail, parks and other amenities just a stone’s throw from home."