FFKR conducted a poll to understand the millennials, and our research is driving design in a direction that benefits our clients.

The mix at Milagro features smaller units that allow them to spend less on rent and more on enjoying life, and these amenities:

  • swimming pool
  • spa
  • outdoor deck
  • dog wash/dry room
  • interior storage units
  • bike facilities
  • full HD Theater
  • clubhouse
  • business conference rooms
  • fitness center

Changing Transportation
Convenient access to community activities is important to millennials. Today companies like UBER allow them to avoid purchasing cars while enjoying access to the urban environment.  Cities now allow reduced parking counts in structures located within Transit Oriented Developments. (Milagro provides 18 exclusive parking stalls for electric cars.)  As designers, we must be creative in exploring solutions for drop-off and pick-up of car-free tenants who opt for ride sharing.

Walkable Communities
Adjacencies to public amenities support a more walkable community. Milagro’s tenants can walk to the grocery store, restaurants, and a mall. Transit is two blocks away, a movie theater is three, and dedicated bike lanes run on the block. It’s the perfect location to ditch the car. Besides, it’s much easier to text while walking than from behind the wheel, merging into traffic.

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