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December 20, 2013

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The aging population bubble may require special architecture to accommodate the needs of that sector,but what happens after the bubble bursts?

Senior housing may not, and probably will not, accommodate future populations. Mixed communities offer more options and provide more diversity socially and economically.

THis is much more complex problem than housing one sector of our population.

What a terrific look, but which one is my room? I would have a lot of questions. Love your emphasis on models like Kendal. I didn't know that was initiated by the Friends. Hopefully an affordable one will be everywhere in the state when I am ready. What I mean by this is one in the Monadnock Region.

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