Millennials represent a powerful slice of the marketplace, and the real estate industry is taking notice. A research study on millennials conducted by Builder magazine and TRI Pointe Group found some surprising demographic insights. Pardee Homes put the study's findings to use, building millennium-focused Responsive Homes designed to meet the unique needs of those born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s.
The two Responsive homes were built by Pardee Homes, a member of the TRI Pointe Group, in collaboration with Hanley Wood’s BUILDER Magazine. The project includes both a Contemporary Farmhouse and a Contemporary Transitional home - designed to appeal to the nation’s 77 million millennials who collectively represent the largest share of the U.S population.
Renowned designer, Bobby Berk was brought on board as creative director and was able to direct the interior design and outdoor amenities toward millennials' preferences during the planning phase, as opposed to working them in after construction was completed, as is the norm. His hip aesthetic mixes minimalist urban luxury touches of industrial and midcentury-modern style, and he was sure to meet the demographic's desire for high-quality decor and finishes at a reasonable price.
Danze kitchen and bath faucets were hand-selected by Bobby Berk for the BUILDER TRI Pointe Responsive Homes. Click here to sign up for a virtual tour of the Responsive Home project.