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Anthony LoPinto

Analysts and investors have been trumpeting the significant growth prospects for seniors housing with the aging baby boomer generation’s 72 million people born between 1946 and 1964. Developers and senior-housing companies have spent billions of dollars over the five years to build communities that provide housing, food, medical care and support the elderly.

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