‘My generation is never going to have that’

The Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle, where the median home price is nearly $1 million. /Mark Peterson/Redux Pictures for POLITICO Magazine


In Seattle’s red-hot housing market, a group of millennial techies is using data skills to alter the look, and affordability, of their adopted city.

By Paul Roberts | Politico

On a brisk Saturday morning in March, a 27-year-old programmer named Zach Lubarsky, bundled in a fatigue jacket and knit cap, took a ReachNow rental car to the north end of Seattle and spent an hour or so scouting one of city’s most desirable neighborhoods. Wallingford, as it’s known, offers house hunters some of the best specimens of the city’s famous century-old Craftsman bungalows.

But Lubarsky wasn’t hunting for a house. He wants the whole neighborhood.

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