There’s a new trend taking hold in some parts of the nation, and especialy in the Washington, DC metro area: baby boomers trading the suburban single-family homes for urban condos and townhomes, reports the Washington Post.  An AARP survey noted that while most seniors aged 50-64 want to stay in their homes, there are some who want to live in walkable neighborhoods.  Because the baby boomers are so numerous, a demand by even a small percentage of them for this kind of living will have a large impact.

With the kids gone, aging Baby Boomer opt for city life