Senior Living in NYC is not your grandfather’s retirement home

Boomer seniors grew up with sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll and don’t want to give up their unique luxe lifestyles or independence. Many are now taking stock of what they’ve got and situating themselves at new, all-inclusive resort-like places long before they fall and can’t get up.

“Adults grow accustomed to a certain style of living and amenities and conveniences,” said Joanna Mansfield, SVP and General Manager at Coterie Hudson Yards, the country’s second largest provider.

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