Suburban Jungle Featured in the Washington Post!

Jun 1, 2020

Families are continuing to leave the city for suburbia, and many say they aren’t coming back.

 

Since the onset of the COVID-19 shutdowns, countless families have left the city for suburbia. Now, nearly three months in, many plan to make their suburban retreats permanent moves.

 

“It’s no longer temporary. People are saying, ‘I’m not going back. This could happen again and we don’t know when it’s going to end,’” Suburban Jungle Founder & President Alison Bernstein explains toThe Washington Post.

 

 

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“Before this, everyone was like, ‘I don’t need a big house. I don’t want a lot of land. I want to be lifestyle rich,’” Alison says. “Now all these homes that have more land, are larger. That’s what people are craving.

 

 

 

 

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