Great article today in the Realestatejournal about qualities that add to an area’s viability for retirement.
Local leaders also need to make their towns and neighborhoods safe and inclusive, says Ginzler. “It’s not just about your house, it’s what’s outside your house,” she says.
In short, she says, mixed-use developments would go a long way to improving the quality of life for seniors. Those developments might include, for instance, a pharmacy, grocery store, senior center and high school all in one location. Such a development would, she says, make it convenient for seniors to shop and interact with other generations.
Our area is blessed with excellent medical facilities as well as fantastic organizations for seniors. If you are local, grade our area here.