"Jennifer Williams says she often feels like the oldest person on her
block. When the 52-year-old corporate communications executive sets off
for work in a suit, carrying a briefcase, with her hair in a bun, she is
usually surrounded by young people with tattoos and rainbow crocheted
skull caps. "It's like mom is coming in for a visit," she says."
One guess which neighborhood she's referring to in a the WSJ article, Hip, Urban, Middle-Aged (which is called 'Broken Hipsters' Flood the Urban Environment if you share it on Facebook).
And I thought it was boomers (now boomers and gen x are simultaneously middle aged?) paying their kids' rent and buying them condos that was helping drive up prices.