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Health-Centered Communities May Start to Resonate in Coronavirus Era

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Boston, MA—Health-centered communities, neighborhoods where millennials, baby boomers, technological advances, and new health care delivery models all converge, can be the blueprint of urban and suburban planning even in the age of COVID-19 and especially post-COVID-19, says Dennis Frenchman, Director of the MIT Center for Real Estate and the Class of 1922 Professor of Urban Design and Planning.

“Baby boomers are looking for convenient, affordable, aging-in-place health care options. Millennials, meanwhile, are pursuing physical environments that support their well-being and community-centric values,” he tells GlobeSt.com. “Our goal is to provide a blueprint for how to navigate these complex and profound demographic and cultural shifts taking shape throughout our society.”

Frenchman and his colleague, Stanley Shaw, plan on offering the course, Developing Health-Centered Communities: The Next Revolution.” in Real Estate in the Fall.

Baby boomers are aging and healthcare is foremost on their mind while most millennials are

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Getaway: Cedars Lodge crowns 93-acre estate in Clio


Opulence abounds at 1245 Carmichael Road in Clio, a 16,350-square-foot mansion set on a 93-acre estate. Conceptualized by Sikora Architecture and built by Shelp Construction, the grounds host 11 bathrooms, seven powder rooms an elevator and a commercial kitchen. The refined material palette features timbers like mahogany, cedar and Douglas fir, as well as metallic accents of bronze, copper

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New-Home Sales Drop 4.4% in February From January’s 13-Year High

The numbers: Sales of newly-constructed homes in the U.S. dipped 4.4% on a monthly basis in February to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 765,000, the government reported Tuesday.

January’s upwardly-revised figure represented the highest pace of new-home sales since June 2007, marking a cycle high for the U.S. real-estate industry.

Compared with February 2019, new-home sales increased 14.3%, and February itself was the second-highest month for new-home sales since 2007. Notably, the new-home sales report is prone to major revisions because of the small sample size used to produce it.

What happened: The median sales price of new homes sold in January was $345,900. The inventory of new homes for sale dropped to 319,000, representing a 5.0 months’ supply and surpassing January as the lowest supply of new homes on the market since 2017.

Sales volumes varied significantly from region to region. The West saw a 17% decline in

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