As GenY/Millenials chose a more balanced life, they want both work and leisure to blend and not be separated. And this has enabled what sociologist Ray Oldenburg calls “third places” — the Starbucks where we go not just to drink coffee but also to send an e-mail; the hotel lobby where we take a meeting; or the local library where we write a report, edit a document or revise a business plan. And it also promotes denser live/work/ play spaces and shorter commutes (which is not a fun part of our work style).
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