The Best Places for Single Boomers to Retire

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San Francisco

You'll find plenty of single retirees in the City by the Bay. Over half of women (56%) and almost a third of men (32%) age 65 and older in San Francisco are currently single.

Atlanta

Atlanta is one of the fastest-growing cities in the South, and the area is attracting many new residents. Among people age 65 and older, 57% of women and 31% of men are currently single.

Houston

Houston is the second-fastest growing city in the U.S. (after Phoenix) and has added 224,751 new residents over the past decade.

Detroit

Best known for the auto industry, Detroit's live music scene provides excellent opportunities for a memorable night out.

Boston

Boston's many colleges and universities bring a constant stream of young people to the area, but retirees also benefit from being able to attend classes and events.

Washington, D.C.

The nation's capital attracts residents and visitors from all over the world, many of whom are hoping to make a difference to the county or the world.

Dallas

Rapidly growing cities can be a great place to meet new people. Dallas is among the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. and has attracted 145,915 new residents over the past decade.

Philadelphia

Pennsylvania's largest city can be a great place to meet other retirees. Over half of women (58%) and almost a third of men (33%) age 65 and older are currently single.

Miami

Retirees are often drawn to Miami's beaches and warm winter climate, and you're likely to meet plenty of other single retirees in Florida.

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