AIA design trends survey: Access to public transportation, walkable neighborhoods in demand

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The AIA said this indicates homeowners are "increasingly favoring amenities and features that offer residents a sense of community."

December 23, 2015

The American Institute of Architects’ third-quarter Home Design Trends Survey found that elements such as access to public transportation, multi-generational housing, walkable neighborhoods, and mixed-use facilities dominate homeowner preferences.

The AIA said this indicates homeowners are "increasingly favoring amenities and features that offer residents a sense of community." The AIA also found that more homeowners are choosing simple, contemporary-style homes, with an increasing preference for features like low maintenance exterior materials (69%) and front and side porches (40%).

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