Can towns and cities adapt to an aging population?

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July 11, 2014

As America’s homeowners’ ages move upward, Reuters reports that Harvard researchers see the majority of households aging in place instead of downsizing or moving to retirement communities. The question is, will their towns or cities have the means to support an unprecedented number of senior citizens?

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