Union Village is planning for the growing number of households that have more than one adult generation under the same roof. According to Pew Research, more than 20 percent of the U.S. population is living in an intergenerational home.
“Intergenerational living can be decided on the house itself or the neighborhood,” Union Village Developer Bob Turner told Good Morning Cincinnati, Local 12. “For the house, you may have a garage apartment where kids coming home from college could stay or a parent could stay. It also applies to the neighborhood. It gives kids freedom to walk and go places. It gives adults freedom, too. They can walk to the grocery store or coffee shop. All of these things are built into the plan for Union Village.”
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