Pictured above: The tree-lined campus of Oak Hammock
, a CCRC that is related to the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Welcome to our occasional weekend newsletter, which focuses on interesting active adult and 55+ communities. This week's feature article highlights the many kinds of niche retirement communities that are available in surprising numbers.
You might be surprised at just how many niches there are in retirement communities. Some of the obvious ones are based on sports, like golf or boating. But when you start down the path of naturism and religious communities, it gets a little more esoteric.
3 Community Profiles:
Austin Manor on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University is the nation's only intergenerational university housing. It's a most interesting concept!
Our newest Showcase Listing at Topretirements community has just about every amenity you would expect, including a Gary Koch designed championship golf course. Residents gather on the Village Green and relax at the Town Square.
New Town - Williamsburg, VA
Here is a hybrid new urban development in colonial Williamsburg. It's a mixed generation community that's a joint venture between The Endowment Association of the College of William & Mary and a developer.New Town
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Our Schedule: This weekend edition of our newsletter, which focuses on 55+ and active adult communities, is published about 20 times per year. The weekly Wednesday newsletter delivers timely articles about general retirement issues and best places to retire.