Study: Lexington should think young, cheap
Excerpt from www.Kentucky.com, posted Oct. 20, 2009
By Linda Blackford, email@example.com
A new study on Lexington’s housing market shows an increasing demand for affordable housing, more rental space, higher-density housing and housing in more urban settings.
The study, commissioned by the Lexington Fayette Planning Commission, said most of Lexington’s growth through 2025 will be in one- and two-person households made up of younger people who typically prefer more urban settings… Read more at Kentucky.com
To learn more about the LFUCG Housing Market Study visit LexingtonKY.gov
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