While the economy is well on the way to economic recovery, the pandemic has accelerated and is reshaping where we choose to live, work and play. This shift will impact residential and commercial real estate for the next generation. Our location decisions are now untethered from the central city office like never before. The 18th and early-19th centuries brought people together in cities. In the middle of the 20th century low cost access to individual transportation drove the first coming of suburbia. Today, the adoption of successful work-from-home paradigms has forever changed how so many decide to work, shop, and entertain themselves. This is the second coming of suburbia.