It may sound crazy, but lots of people are retiring in the Big Apple, where by 2025 the 65-and-up set will number 1.2 million. Prices are high, but no other place on the planet is as stimulating: Broadway shows, any kind of cuisine, museums and parks galore, and classes by the thousands. New York's apartment living is very senior-friendly; you don't need a car, and guess what? Everyone delivers.
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