Howard Perlman, AIA
Perlman Architects of Arizona
This home is light and well organized. The Primary Residence has a spacious Master Suite and two Bedrooms upstairs. The first floor Lock-Off Suite, with multiple entries is ideal for Senior Parents, a boomerang Child and spouse, or family friend sharing expenses. Everyone has privacy. The lock-off is designed to easily and economically regenerate into an independent office/studio suite; or it can be combined with the main residence providing additional bedrooms and/or bonus rooms.
The Independence NEXT GEN Model by Lennar
Lennar’s Independence model, another new and unique floorplan that is part of Lennar’s Next Gen, the home within a home series.
Next Gen- The Home within a Home- debuts 12/3/11 in Las Vegas
This is a TV Commercial running in Las Vegas. Grand Opening Saturday, December 3rd at Madison Grove in Providence.
Living with Parents and Children, ABC News Interview, Sunnyvale CA
Three generations design a home to live together. “…Privacy with Proximity…It’s much Cheaper… Children receive more love and affection…”
Dr Fusion and Boomerang Brad
Boomerang Brad moves back in with his parents.
•2,475 SF appr. Primary Residence
•615 SF appr. Lock-off Suite
•3,090 SF appr. Total Livable
•3 ½ Baths
•2 or 3 Car Garage
•Lg Master Suite w Huge Closet plus
•2 lg children’s Bedrooms upstairs
•Covered Rear Patio
•First Floor, front of home
•Bedroom Suite in Rear Yard
•Living area with Kitchen in Front
•Large Covered Front Porch
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USA Today (usatoday.com), A model for today’s family — or families, By Sue Doerfler, The Arizona Republic, 12/10/2011
“We call it NextGen because we feel it’s the next best thing in housing,” said Alan Jones, Lennar’s Arizona Division president. ” The concept is designed for Baby Boomers whose aging parents are moving in with them. Read more.
Spending Time with Grandparent Produces Better Behavior in Older Children, Teenagers. Feb. 23, 2009
Spending time with a grandparent is linked with better social skills and fewer behavior problems among adolescents. Read more.
MarketWatch.com, In today’s economy many are finding it necessary to share living space. By Ruth Mantell, 11/22/2011
“Nikki Roddy, left, and co-worker Pam McElroy, share a doubled-up household in San Francisco with their boyfriends. In recent years, the number of adults in doubled-up households has been rising.” Read more.
newgeography.com, Will you still house me when I’m 64? By Ross Elliot, 11/28/2011
“…there will be a good 10 to 15 year period for people for whom the family home no longer suits, and who aren’t yet ready for ‘God’s waiting room.’ How we accommodate this coming bubble of seniors who want to age in place and continue to live independently… is something that perhaps should be a policy focus now.” Read more.