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  • Retiring doesn’t mean an end to enjoying yourself
  • Retiring doesn’t mean an end to enjoying yourself
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PegasusLife: retiring to the city

With people living longer, the demand for retirement housing is growing. Yet there’s a lack of properties designed specifically for the elderly. PegasusLife is looking to offer an alternative, boasting beautifully designed apartments that cater to the physical and emotional health of retirees.

Location United Kingdom

Scope
Retirement housing usually carries connotations of ill health, dwindling mental faculties and ugly interiors. No wonder retirees are often reluctant to move out of their over-sized family homes. PegasusLife is looking to change these perceptions with aesthetically attractive retirement complexes that offer a range of amenities to ensure the social, emotional and physical well-being of their elderly tenants.

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