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 Topretirements eNewsletter
 December 30, 2009

In This Issue...


  • The Newest"Green" Ideas for Building
  • Palm Springs, CA
  • Stuart, FL

  • Pictured above: Cable car  ascending from Palm Springs to Mt. Jacinto
     
    Happy New Year!

     
    The Latest and Greatest in Green Building Ideas 
    The Wall Street Journal ran a fascinating competition for green design earlier this year. The paper asked 4 leading architects to design an environmentally friendly house that could be built with today's technology. The resulting houses are amazing.
     
     
    Click on a state to see more towns and a list of active adult communities. Sign up for our free daily notification service. You'll get a daily alert with a link to every new community and article.
     
     
     
    Palm Springs, CA
    California's most famous and biggest retirement area is east of Los Angeles in Palm Springs. A favorite spot of Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra, it has desert, mountains, and hundreds of active adult communities of every description.
    Explore Palm Springs
     
     
    The bankruptcy proceedings for Erikson Communities, perhaps the largestchain of retirement communities in the country, appear to have endedwith its sale to Redwood Capital.  The bankruptcy was a major cause for concern among residents who had paid large sums of money for life care.
     
    Stuart, FL
    When you drive through Stuart you'll find one of the cutest downtowns on the east coast . Stop and take in the shops and have lunch somewhere fun.  Stuart also has a most interesting  collection of 55+ communities and neighborhoods. 
    Check out Stuart
     
    If budget is going to be a big consideration in your retirement, you would be wise to consider Tennessee. Your dollar definitely goes further here in this state with plenty of mountains, lakes, and nice little towns and cities. 
     
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