Lennar notes uptick in Next Gen suites used as home offices

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By Mary Salmonsen | Builder

Lennar Corp.—the No. 2-ranked firm on the BUILDER 100—has noticed a rising number of its new-home buyers are interested in using the builder’s Next Gen floor plans to accommodate home offices, among other family needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Originally created in 2009 in response to the financial crisis, the Next Gen floor plans are designed to offer a private living space attached to a larger home, often intended for either an aging parent or a “boomerang kid.” Each Next Gen suite features a separate entrance, a kitchenette, in-unit laundry, and an interior door that connects to the main home.

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