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America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development
America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development
America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development
America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development
America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development
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America in 2013: Older Adults and Compact Development

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Presentation giving in July 2013 at Federal Reserve's "Forum on the Financial Security of Older Adults." Presentation explores demographics, aging, housing, compact development and state/local policy …

Presentation giving in July 2013 at Federal Reserve's "Forum on the Financial Security of Older Adults." Presentation explores demographics, aging, housing, compact development and state/local policy solutions.

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  • 1. Forum on Financial Experiences of Older Adults Washington, DC I July 17, 2013
  • 2. COMPACT DEVELOPMENT RESONATES 54% of all adults surveyed chose three or more compact development attributes. • Baby Boomers: 57% • War Babies/Silent Generation: 51%
  • 3. BABY BOOMERS (48-66) Most likely to… • Want to live in a smaller home and have a shorter commute • Prefer being close to parks and open space • Desire space between themselves and their neighbors • Want to live where the homes are similar
  • 4. WAR BABIES (67-82) & SILENT GENERATION (83+) Most likely to… • Stay in their current homes • Want to live in walkable neighborhoods • Want to be close to health services, friends and family, shopping and entertainment • Live alone
  • 5. COMPACT DEVELOPMENT BENEFITS AND TOOLS Compact Development Supports… Policy Tools • Housing Diversity (Type and Tenure) • Transit Oriented Development • Multigenerational Living • Inclusionary Housing • H + T Burden Reduction • ADUs and Infill • Mixed-Use Development • • Transit-Oriented Development Zoning—Upzoning, Overlays, Form-Based Codes • Walkability and Multi-modal Transport • Maximum Parking Standards • Comprehensive Planning and Placemaking • Efficient Use of Land, Infrastructure, Energy • Proximity to Desired Places/Services
  • 6. Lynn M. Ross, AICP Email: lynn.ross@uli.org Twitter: @mslynnross @ULIHousing Full survey results, video, articles: http://www.uli.org/communitysurv ey

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