Posts by Mark Heckman
Marks Thomas 50th Anniversary I was driving east on I-70 towards the City and I noticed a sign several miles outside the beltway that read, “Baltimore 16 miles; Washington 45 miles; New York City 240 miles”. I was heading to the east coast for my first time in my new MG convertible, top down and […]
Today’s seniors want to live where they can continue pursuing active, cosmopolitan lifestyles. Here’s how modern senior housing facilities are responding.
The roots of New Urbanism harken back to the ’80s, but the influence on housing, urban planning, and municipal land-use strategies remains strong.
As the silent generation and baby boomers age, many want more urban, community-centered senior housing options. What’s driving the shift?