Top Retirement Towns
What Pittsburgh is like for active adults
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania consistently makes the “Best Places to Live” lists. It has a beautiful setting where two major rivers (the Allegheny and the Monongahela) combine against a backdrop of steep hills. Pittsburgh has a solid economy, low cost of living, and growing educational, cultural and medical infrastructures. Pittsburgh has been named as a top 10 Value City for Retirement, and was the focus of an April 18 PBS series on the "Newshour"...
What Williamstown is like for active adults
Set in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, Williamstown is a delightful college town (Williams College) nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains. It is a sought after retirement community for these reasons and also because it is boasts an extremely rich cultural environment. The famed Clark Art Institute, the Williams College Museum of Art, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival are just some of the proud artistic accomplishments of the town. Williamstown is in Berkshire County...
What Bozeman is like for active adults
Bozeman is a thriving town in west central Montana, home to Montana State University - Bozeman and its 10,000 students. Bozeman is located in the Gallatin Valley and surrounded by mountains on all sides. There is a vibrant downtown with a busy new library and great outdoor stores. Restaurants are full and people are on the street at 9PM. People move here for the access to the astonishing wilderness nearby...
What Mesa is like for active adults
Mesa is a fast growing southern suburb of Phoenix, Arizona. Originally founded by the Latter Day Saints (Mormons), about 10% of the population is Mormon today. This college town (the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University, East and Mesa Community College) of 450,000 is located near the amazing Superstition Mountains. It is the 3rd largest city in Arizona.In our opinion Mesa is less attractive than its near neighbor, Tempe, which is home to Arizona State University...