Suburban Jungle In The Press: Business Insider

Jan 8, 2024

Millennials are leaving cities — and making positive changes to the communities they now call “home.”

The next generation is packing up and leaving the city for suburbia.

Recently, the Suburban Jungle Group has been getting a lot of calls from worried millennials as their lifestyle grows out of reach. They got pandemic-era deals and signed two-year leases, and they’re seeing their rent skyrocket. “Clients call us in a panic, saying, “I got my renewal, I have 30 or 60 days to let them know, and my rent is increasing up to 30-plus percent,” said Allison Levine, Suburban Jungle’s Director of Communications.

“There are so many towns that in the last five, six years I’ve seen huge revitalizations, where all of sudden restaurants and exercise studios and trendy stores start to pop up,” says Levine of Suburban Jungle. “You can move to the suburbs and not feel like you need to go to the city to have a great dinner or to see a show or live music or the arts.”

Many suburbs are starting to see the impact of their new millennial residents. They are helping to transform suburban towns into neighborhoods filled with amenities and a strong sense of community.

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