After putting in too many hours of hard work during the first half of your life, you certainly deserve to live in a city and state that has the type of surroundings and lifestyle you are looking for in retirement. But the lifestyle and amenities that are important to one person are drastically different from another person. Fortunately, there are so many outstanding choices all over the U.S., that you can choose the best city that fits your personality and what is best for you and your family. It was difficult, but we narrowed down the best U.S. cities in which to find an apartment retire, based on Forbes’ list of “Best Places to Retire in 2015”.
Spring is officially here and Americans couldn’t be happier. The blizzards and cold temperatures in the Northeast, Midwest, and even the South have made everyone stir crazy. We all can’t wait to get out and enjoy the outdoors. We have found that certain U.S. cities offer more for those who like to get out and hike, bike, attend festivals and simply enjoy the weather.
Here are some of the top U.S. cities to live in, to enjoy spring: