Household sizes have been decreasing while increasing mobility (both length of stay and their transportation as a tenant) yet wanting a central location. These factors all combine to make micro-apartments a viable proposition for new development. While smaller units have existed and have the lowest vacancy rates, they’ve been targeted as minimal housing. Demand is changing and apartment developers need to look at the external factors driving this trend, what this popula
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