It appears to follow the boom and bust cycle, and the revolving door in Washington, D.C. makes renting for the rich easier.
The burgeoning micro unit trend has swept across major cities throughout the United States. ... But there's one city bucking the trend and creating more space for its renter population.
Washington, D.C. is actually growing the size of its new units in the high-demand metropolis, according to the latest data from Dallas, Texas-based research firm Axiometrics.
On the other end of the spectrum is tech-heavy Seattle. ...
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