Innovators Expand Senior Housing Even in a Downturn


Face it: We're getting old. Not just me - the whole country. Since America's first census in 1790, when less than 2 percent of our population was 65 and up, the 65-plus age group has swelled to a 13 percent share. By 2030, that'll be 30 percent.

Washington’s state's 65-and-over club added 165,515 members over the last decade, to 827,677. That's enough retirement-age people to fill Seattle and Tacoma combined.

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