Top Retirement Towns
What Alexandria is like for active adults
Alexandria has much to like as a retirement community for active adults. It has an historic district, Old Town, which is set against the Potomac River amongst brick buildings from the 1700’s. It has a strong economic base due to the presence of many non-profits which have their headquarters here. Many employees of the federal government tend to live here as well...
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What Cape Coral is like for active adults
Cape Coral is one the nicer communities for retirement in south Florida. This relaxed town is just north of Ft. Myers and west of North Ft.Myers, along the Caloosahatchee River and the Gulf of Mexico. Cape Coral is a very new town; it was formed in 1958. The population is about 165,000, an increase of over 45% since 2000. The average age is 41.6, 3 years higher than the average in the State of Florida. Cape Coral was named one of the top 25 places to retire by Fortune in 2012...
What Bethlehem is like for active adults
Bethlehem is a city of about 73,000 people in eastern Pennsylvania. Allentown is nearby. Bethlehem is home to Lehigh University, a highly rated school with over 5,000 students, as well as Moravian College. Bethlehem Steel was formerly here, whose departure the city is struggling to overcome. The Sands Casino, which is being built on brownfields here, has been projected to bring in approximately one million dollars in revenue per day as of 2009. Crime is below average...
What Montrose is like for active adults
Montrose is a rapidly growing town of 18,000 people in western Colorado. It claims to be a real town with real people and a thriving art scene, rich culture, and bustling downtown. Outdoor recreation is outstanding - the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is to the east of town - the San Juan Mountains are to the south. It was named after Sir Walter Scott's novel, A Legend of Montrose...