Top Retirement Towns
What Stuart is like for active adults
Stuart, Florida is an extremely charming and complex retirement community for many active adults 55+. It has a lovely downtown that is fun to walk around in, with interesting shops and restaurants in a small town feel. There is a very ample coastline thanks to the bays and ocean that surround the town. There is much to do in this community of 16,000, which is very attractive to active adults (median age is 49)...
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What Toms River is like for active adults
Toms River is the county seat and largest town in Ocean County, New Jersey (also includes Dover, both are part of Toms River Township). The 2010 population was about 90,000. Residents of nearby towns like Brick, Manahawkin, and Lakewood tend to come here for shopping or doctor's appointments. It has a busy downtown thanks to many government buildings, yet it also has a waterfront with easy access to boating and beaches...
State: New Jersey
What Cupertino is like for active adults
Cupertino is a very affluent community located west of San Jose in the Silicon Valley. The average household income is well over $100,000. De Anza College is located in Cupertino, as is the headquarters of Apple Computer. The city has bike lanes and a very expensive bicycle bridge. It also has ambitious plans to become a more pedestrian oriented city. Photo of the Cali Mill Plaza courtesy of Wikipedia and Antipex...
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What Seal Beach is like for active adults
Seal Beach is a small city of 24,000 in Orange County, California. It is south of Los Angeles and Long Beach on the Pacific. There is good surfing, a very long pier, and a marina. The Leisure World retirement community, with its 9,000 residents, is a large part of the city. It is claimed that Seal Beach was the first major planned retirement community in the U.S., although Sun City, Arizona might dispute that...