I’m a real estate sales person in New York City and a lot has changed during my 33-year career, but a recent trend is one of the most exciting I’ve seen in a long time. More Baby Boomers, people over 60, are leaving the suburbs and moving to the city.
Everyone has different requirements but they all want to enjoy the benefits of city life. I’m working with Bonnie and Gary now to find them a two-bedroom apartment. I’ve changed their names, but their story is true.
They live in a big house in Brooklyn. Their children are on their own and the house seems empty and too big. They began going to the theater, concerts and museums far more than they ever did before and like the idea of not having to drive. So they are ready to change their lifestyle.