Designing Urban Areas To Be Senior Friendly

Designing Urban Areas To Be Senior Friendly

New York City is implementing several steps to make itself friendlier to its growing population of older residents.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 july 2010

New York City has always been known as a fast paced city-full of life, high on energy and with an abundance of choice. And now, it is slowing its pace somewhat for the sake of its seniors. The city is implementing several measures to make it friendlier to its older residents including creating two ‘aging-improvement districts’ that will be safer and more accessible for them.

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