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Senior Housing in New York

When most people think of New York, they think New York City. And it’s true, the Big Apple is New York’s—possibly the entire country’s—most famous city. But New York State has a lot of variety. Retirees can choose from charming villages nestled among the Adirondack Mountains, picturesque seaside towns, and cottages in the Finger Lakes—as well as the bustle and excitement of the City.

New York’s climate offers four distinct seasons, with cold winters and hot summers. The severity of both depends on where you are. Winters are coldest in the northern and western parts of the state, with Arctic winds and snows coming down from Canada and the lake effects of the Great Lake areas. Summers are hottest in the south, especially in New York City, where temperatures routinely reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

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