Between 2010 and 2040, we predict the nation’s 65-plus population will grow by roughly 90 percent. This ballooning number of seniors will impact industries as diverse as health care, technology, and, especially, real estate.
When considering the next thirty years for Western New York, we must also think about Baby Boomers’ roles within that future.
Opening in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood in January, Waterstone, which is being billed as an urban independent living community, represents a watershed in American demographics, senior life, and real estate development
Embracing accessible design is not just for seniors, but it also benefits millennials, Gen-Xers and baby boomers in making their home more efficient, easier to use and safer.