EJB alum Jeremy Nemeth: Millennials playing a role in the revamping of cities, spaces

August 15, 2014

EJB alum Dr. Jeremy Németh, Ph.D. ’07, associate professor and chair of the planning and design department at the University of Colorado, Denver, is quoted in an NPR story discussing the renaissance of old train stations in Denver. He notes that millennials are choosing to move to cities to be close to work, and cities are taking notice by revamping old, and building new, spaces to attract them.

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