Although millennials in America (aka, the new buying generation) were responsible for more than $500 billion spent on the housing market in 2016 (most of that spent on multi family housing), they’re still behind where other generations were at the same age.
Why? Real estate giant, Zillow says that buying a home isn’t realistic financially for a lot of educated, working millennials. So, millennials are doing what millennials do. They’re making it work, and they’re doing it with multi family housing, renting apartments or condos; or oftentimes, even purchasing them.
Truth be told, it is not just millennials buying into the idea of “less is more,” baby boomers and generation z are also contributing to the trend by staying in (rather than selling) first-time-home-buyers type of homes. It keeps the market tight with few options for house-hunting millennials.
As the demand for more multi family housing designs grows, the allure and appeal inside of these facilities will be make-or-break considerations for designers and builders.
How can multi family housing project designers ensure that their work stands out from a saturated market? With the Trinity Tile Urban Living Collection. In the Urban Living catalog, you will find a harmonious blend of tile and mosaics, luxury vinyl tile, hardwood, rubber and accessories. These quality products are stylish while at an attractive price-point, which embodies the essence of urban living.
We’ve highlighted 7 go-to products for any multi family housing project.
The Novara collection modernizes porcelain tile with warm colors and a linear transitional stone.
Indulge in hexagonal mosaic designs through the Escala collection.
STYL – Luxury Vinyl Tile
AVA® STYL® collection offers 16 modern wood planks with a range of designs suitable for many decors and lifestyles.
For a minimalistic vibe, the Dusk collection brings a clean, concrete look in six colors.
AND/OR – Rubber Tile
With 24 standard colors, USA made AND/OR – from Capri Collections is suitable for floor and/or wall applications.
The Nexus collection offers matte and gloss options to blend with the rest of any multi-family living project.
This post was written by Jennifer Horning