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Old Posted Aug 4, 2008, 11:38 PM
christof christof is offline
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Old Posted Aug 17, 2008, 4:28 PM
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Oh yeah...the market's here

This one doesn't surprise me at all.

Keep in mind that, supposedly, Philly is second only to New York in the nation for having social amenities for seniors.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A high percentage of seniors call Philly home, so new residents won't have any trouble meeting new friends. Philadelphia is second only to New York in the social amenities, thanks to numerous colleges, libraries and museums.

Philadelphia has excellent adult day care and superb assisted and independent living facilities. Property crime is also low. The downside is that it has low scores in health indicators such as life expectancy, heart disease and cancer rates.


http://www.bestplaces.net/docs/studi...rs05.aspxThink

Although those are 05 ankings, I can't imagine the city falling out of this particular category since.

Just like any city worth Living/visiting should, it caters to ALL ages.
     
     
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