Great livable communities are as economically vibrant as they are attractive to a range of residents and visitors, writes CMSC Communications Manager Christine Schilke in a blog for Connecticut for Livable Communities, an initiative of the Legislative Commission on Aging.

It isn’t just young people who want to live in town and city centers with transit and walkable amenities either. Increasingly, baby boomers are mirroring the young millennial generation in seeking homes in more community-driven spaces, regardless of whether they’re located in tiny village centers or major downtowns.

CMSC recognizes well-designed and smartly-managed downtowns are economically vibrant and is happy to partner with the Legislative Commission on Aging to advocate for communities that are great places to grow up and grow older.

Got Multiple Transit Options and Walkable, Diverse Town Centers? Boomers and Millennials Want to Move In