Why design and build multigenerational?

As housing, medical, and education costs spiral, new single-family for-sale housing types will appeal as options.

By John McManus | Builder

Houses designed intentionally to be multigenerational–accommodating two adult generations of a family household living under one roof–may still be considered a fringe segment of new residential construction.

But for how long?

Pew Research tells us that one in five households in America, 60.6 million people, lived in multigenerational combinations in their homes in 2014, a number that was growing, fast, even post-Recession.


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