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Sarasota makes a great place for Boomer retirees, points out USA Today (September 9, 2013). After decades in the suburbs, Baby Boomers are moving to cities where they may safely walk to shopping, dining and events.

I encourage my clients to click on the WalkScore® feature associated with the listings shown on my website to see how friendly a neighborhood is for walkabouts. Many of my clients find that a walkable neighborhood contributes health, environmental, and economic benefits. For example, One Hundred Central in Downtown Sarasota boasts a WalkScore® of 94.

Downtown Sarasota appeals to Boomers seeking small-town ambiance yet big-city amenities. Located at the center of Florida’s cultural coast, the city center boasts excellent restaurants,

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The Sarasota Sailing Squadron’s 67th Annual Labor Day Regatta decorated Sarasota Bay with sun-dappled sails. The scene looked almost painterly with Charles and John Ringling’s historic mansions in the background.

The event claims the title of the longest running sporting event in the City of Sarasota. For sure, it ranks among the longest running sailing regattas in the United States. More than 180 boats registered for the event, which took place August 31- September 1, 2013.

In addition to its cultural cache and natural beauty, Sarasota & Her Islands are becoming a destination for sports tourists. The 2017 World Rowing Championships secured just yesterday only adds to the excitement.

Our community already draws close to 80,000 visitors a

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