When I was starting my career in the mid-1990s no one wrote about locating offices to attract Gen-X. We went where the jobs were. I’ve always lived downtown, but have worked in Malton, Markham, Concord, Vaughan, Port Credit and now Dufferin and Steeles. I just drive to work. What changed for the Millennials? Locating your office to appeal to the early stage of your employees’ lives makes no sense, unless you don’t care about retention and like Jeffrey Epstein you just want a continued stream of fresh and inexpensive talent, tossing the earlier cohorts as they age out.