Millennials Leave Big Cities During Pandemic

More Millennials moved in with their parents during the Coronavirus pandemic than during the Great Depression. New York City apartments are sitting empty, nearly hitting 16,000 vacant apartments. Cheddar's Kim Murstein and J.D. Durkin discuss if this is the new normal or if young adults will eventually return to big cities.
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