New Orleans Development Raises the Bar on Aging in Place

A new kind of independent living facility gives low-income seniors a place to call home.

Although America’s older population is increasing rapidly, affordable housing for it is in short supply. In fact, the need soon will reach unprecedented levels according to the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, which predicts the number of Americans over 50 will grow to 132 million by 2030.

On the cusp of this impending crisis, a team of developers, architects, and government officials has created a new kind of independent living facility in New Orleans that raises the bar on how the country’s seniors will age in place.

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