Maryland seniors will soon have an exciting new housing opportunity available to them that marries the convenience and amenities of a retirement living community with the excitement and joys of independent living.
According to HometownGlenBurnie.com, the Hammarlee House will be a 55-unit living facility that will boast an internet café, an arts and crafts room, a fitness center, a movie theater, a billiards room and a sports lounge as well as an outdoor patio and a beauty salon.
If residents become bored with the on-site activities, there will be planned outings into the local community, the website reports.
Eliot Powell, the President of the Home Builders Association of Maryland, told the news source that individuals who are over 55 are optimistic about what retirement communities of the future will be like.
As the baby boomer population ages and begins to require more assistance, it's possible that a variety of new and innovative retirement living options will evolve.