Big city dwellers young and old see themselves living in their city at age 80+

2017 Aging in Cities Survey of 3,000 residents of 10 large cities finds:- Most city dwellers want to live in a city, not a suburb or rural area, as they age- Quality health care will be their number one priority for choice of location- Social interaction and diversity are seen as major positives for aging in cities- Maintaining mobility and access to what the city has to offer are top concerns- Residents identify options needed to keep aging residents in urban communities.