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Elliot Crumpley previously worked as Editor and Content Manager for 55places.com and Content Strategist for Neighborhoods.com. He wrote a wide variety of articles on active adult communities, the 55+ lifesty
Elliot Crumpley previously worked as Editor and Content Manager for 55places.com and Content Strategist for Neighborhoods.com. He wrote a wide variety of articles on active adult communities, the 55+ lifestyle, and retirement trends. Before joining the team in 2014 he had a range of service industry jobs, dabbled in academia, and wrote freelance articles on topics ranging from beer to bike lanes.
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- In March of this year, Minto, a Florida-based developer of residential communities, announced a new active adult community coming to Daytona Beach. Unlike other announcements about new communities, this one took the industry by surprise. It wasn’t because of the size of the community (The Villages still has the crown in that category), nor was it because of a flashy clubhouse (the entire Trilogy brand, anyone?). It was because of who they tapped as a partner in their new venture.
- Construction of Del Webb Myrtle Beach is making progress as the new 55+ community prepares to host a grand opening in early 2018. Development of the 6,000 square-foot Welcome Center is underway with the framing of the building being completed this week. Del Webb Myrtle Beach will also host a series of informational seminars in October for prospective homebuyers who would like to learn more about this new active adult community.
- Florida has always been a top retirement destination for retirees but recently the Jacksonville area has also gained popularity with more age-restricted communities popping up throughout the region. Check out 55places.com to see why retirees are flocking to this gem on the East Coast.
- During your search for a home in a 55+ community, you may have come across loft spaces. Not quite a bedroom but also not a den, it can be difficult to decide how to use this space. You could, of course, just leave it empty. But why, especially when there are so many great options for turning that into a worthy area?