Retirement

London-based Transport for All bemoans the inaccessibility of our urban environs for older residents. In this article, they ask designer Neil Chambers how he would design a city to 'facilitate an active and flexible lifestyle for the elderly.'
Jul 25, 2013   Bettery Magazine
As aging baby boomers enter retirement and seek to downsize from their large single-family homes (the "great senior sell-off") they'll find a housing market increasingly uninterested in what they're selling, says researcher Arthur C. Nelson.
Mar 5, 2013   The Atlantic Cities
Lisa Stark identifies the top ten U.S. cities were retirees can live on less than $100 per day.
Jul 20, 2012   ABC News
Recent studies on older generations' dwelling and travel patterns show that urban areas may provide more mobility and independence than suburban areas with less access to public transit.
Jun 19, 2012   MinnPost
As boomers retire at a rate of 10,000 per day, can they be discouraged from sprawling into suburbs and rural areas, where caring for them as they age can be more challenging?
Feb 20, 2012   Salon.com
Struggling Rust Belt cities could be the smart move for retirees, according to this article.
Feb 2, 2011   Reuters
<p>The number of retirement communities is growing rapidly. Author Andrew D. Blechman warns about the social cost of age-segregation.</p>
Jul 10, 2008   The Los Angeles Times
<p>A recent survey of the planning profession in the United Kingdom has found that there likely won't be enough young planners to replaces the aging planners approaching retirement.</p>
May 7, 2008   The Architects' Journal