In 2010, Lee Foster who is President of the Commons Development Company of Overland Park, asked Cheryl Lester, John Shreve, and me to establish an initiative to discover what kind of residential housing and life style Boomers (born from 1946 to 1964) might choose when they began to retire. By 2030, most of the 80 million Boomers would have left the work force, 1 in 5 Americans would be over 65, and people over 65 were going to live longer than any generation before them. How would this aging population change cities, how we live, where we live? Lee was certain that the Boomers would not choose the retirement futures of their parents but what futures would they choose?
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