Mention the term “millennial” and you may as well run for cover. The generation of young adults who came of age during the financial crisis — and in the glare of social media — is both lauded for embracing innovation and social responsibility and despised for being lazy and self-indulgent.
“If you look at the research on millennials, they’re not making decisions about where they’re going to live in four years. They’re making decisions about where they’re going to live in the next 12 months,” said Ofer Cohen, head of the Brooklyn-based commercial brokerage TerraCRG last month during The Real Deal’s New York Real Estate Showcase and Forum.
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