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The Potential Impact of Baby Boomer Housing and Community Preferences on Downtown Revitalization

April 17, 2014

Downtown redevelopment to attract talented Millennials has become an important and popular economic development policy in many cities across the country. By now it is almost common knowledge what it takes to attract talented Millennials to your town or city: walkable, diverse and vibrant neighborhoo … Continued

Who’s Moved Out and Who’s Moved In: Exploring Housing and Migration Data Using a New Data Resource—Carolina Demography

January 21, 2014

Numerous prestigious universities in North Carolina hold huge amounts of expertise and data, but often it is inaccessible to professionals working at the local level.   The relatively new center called Carolina Demography is an effort to bring the power of high-level population research to local nee … Continued