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What is there to say about New York city that you don't already know? The city has a ton to offer retirees, including excellent walkability, entertainment, transportation, and top notch healthcare. The population of seniors is increasing in New York City, according to a report released by the Department for the Aging. There are even a few neighborhoods that are listed as NORC neighborhoods, or naturally occurring retirement communities. Sure, living in NYC means smaller space for more money, but for many people that have reached retirement age, smaller is better, as is the chance to be amidst the liveliness, and on-top-of-the-world feeling offered only in NYC. There is never a shortage of things to do in NYC, whether you’re a night owl or up when the roosters crow. Central Park, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Broadway, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty are all among the most popular things to see and do in the city. If you're able to afford an extra bedroom, it will probably be filled often with friends and family who can't wait to visit!
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