retirement community

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a planned community for residents who have retired from an active working life

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In this paper we seek to develop a number of hypotheses regarding age-qualified active adult communities based on a preliminary study.
The good news is that remodelers can take a few tips from active adult communities by flipping their marketing strategies to emphasize lifestyle instead of accessibility.
About three-fourths of active adult communities are built in close-in suburbs and outer suburbs, and nine of the top 10 counties in the nation for recent active adult construction are located in suburbs.
He also warned those companies hoping to compete in today's active adult communities that underestimating residents' technological savvy is a costly mistake.
Associa manages more than 140,000 homes and nearly 270,000 residents, ranking it one of the largest managers of active adult communities in the nation by American Seniors Housing Association.
Pulte will continue to use the Del Webb name for its active adult communities, a brand that it plans to expand to Massachusetts and New Jersey.
Award-winning Del Webb active adult communities provide a vibrant, enriched lifestyle for those ages 55 and older, creating an unmatched experience for "retirement.
In addition to Cedar Village at Ocean, Continental Properties is currently developing several other active adult communities in New Jersey.
These are the "snapshot" findings of a new survey of 4,000 recent new-home buyers in age-restricted active adult communities.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2010, award-winning Del Webb active adult communities provide a vibrant, enriched lifestyle for those ages 55 and older, creating an unmatched experience for "retirement.
As purchasing manager for Westminster Communities, Campos will be responsible for bidding and under-management of the company's development work, which includes single-family luxury homes, townhomes, condominiums, active adult communities and mixed-use urban redevelopment projects.
To get going on the first two strategies, Del Webb will explore new ways to build smaller active adult communities of 1,000 to 3,000 acres that would require less capital investment and would be attractive to various markets; to put more emphasis on new country club lifestyle communities that serve baby boomers while delivering enhanced home building margins; and to build new "specialty" communities such as smaller-scale multi-generational communities that would provide lifestyle amenities to a family market.
The nation's best-known brand of active adult communities, Del Webb, is hosting four grand opening events in Texas and Florida, as the Company responds to the growing need for active adult housing in key retirement areas.
These range from single-family luxury homes to active adult communities and mixed use urban redevelopment projects.
The report focuses especially on households living in active adult communities, either age-qualified active adult communities where at least one resident must be age 55+, other non-age-qualified 55+ owner-occupied communities (not explicitly restricted to 55+ households but nevertheless occupied primarily by people age 55+), or age-restricted rental communities.