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SAN FRANCISCO—Millennials are returning to the suburbs, but they’re eschewing suburban sprawl and choosing the things they love about their cities, Colliers International‘s national director of retail services USA Anjee Solanki tells GlobeSt.com. With all the buzz about Millennials flocking to cities, we spoke exclusively with Solanki about the appeal of the suburbs and her view on the mall’s future.

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