The “Millennial Boomtowns” aren’t where you’d expect them to be

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August 05, 2014

Step aside, New York and Portland. Forbes contributor Joel Kotkin and demographer Wendell Cox found that millennial migrations and living preferences aren’t quite what most planners, developers and media think they are.
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