Predictions of a permanent “back to the city” movement by the younger generations—and resulting suburban demise—may have been a bit overstated. Yes, there are many young people who prefer the urban core, but today’s fastest-growing cities are actually Sunbelt metros, like San Antonio, Phoenix and Dallas. Furthermore, huge outflows of people are moving from “superstar cities” due to a lack of affordable housing, a trend we can expect to grow as Millennials start families. So yes, the next generation of buyers will be leaving the city, but they also have no intention of migrating to their parents’ suburbia, either. In this fascinating Game Changer session, journalist and futurist Greg Lindsay will cut through the confusion and stereotypes surrounding Millennial housing preferences and outline a new suburban formula that will entice this generation. A NewCities senior fellow and frequently cited expert on urbanism and innovation by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and others, Greg is a leading voice on Millennial migration and how we can anticipate and build for their changing lifestyle.