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  • Moveable homes for Dutch Millennials
  • Moveable homes for Dutch Millennials
    Heijmans (2015) ©
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Moveable homes for Dutch Millennials

In cities across the world, rent for apartments continues to climb, often pricing Millennials out of the market as they struggle to find affordable living spaces. But the housing industry is taking notice, and companies like Heijmans may have found a solution.

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