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Young and old seek neighborhoods with 'walkability'

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Washington-area baby boomers are competing with younger millennials for properties in neighborhoods within walking distance of Metro stations, restaurants, groceries and health clubs. "As echo boomers [millennials] age and marry and have children, properties that have walkability coupled with a strong school system will command a premium," said Ryan Price, a research associate at the Center for...

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