Rich millennials seem to be making a shift from the golfing country clubs of their parents to agricultural neighborhoods. These communities called “agrihoods” have open green spaces, barns and outdoor community kitchens. Some even have some greenhouses and rows of fruit trees. Besides the nature part of these communities, they are also meant to be sustainable with solar panels and composting. The target audience of these communities are young families who love to eat healthy and spend time outdoors. According to the Urban Land Institute, there are about 150 “agrihoods” across the U.S.
Source: Rich millennials choose green spaces over golf communities