world record at The Villages, Florida

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The Villages, Florida., United States of America–Villagealso known as “Disneyland for seniors“, a census-designated place (CDP) in Sumter County, Florida, United States, covers an area of ​​approximately 32 square miles, an area larger than Manhattan; it is now home to more than 125,000 people, has more than 60,000 homes and has plans to build another 60,000 homes over the next 20 years; sets a world record for being
The largest retirement community in the worldaccording to the WORLD RECORD ACADEMY.

“What began as a modest mobile home park in the 1970s has blossomed into the best-selling retirement community in Florida, as well as the nation,”
Florida for Boomers news.

“The Village is now home to more than 125,000 people, has more than 60,000 homes, and has plans to build another 60,000 homes over the next 20 years. New home prices start in the mid-$100,000s and can go up to more than 1 million dollars depending on what floor plan, location and options/features you choose.

“The village is home
the largest leisure department in the worldhas
more golf courses than any other community in the world, it is home to three
town square (with a fourth just announced) where residents come to eat and shop and enjoy free nightlife and is home to roughly 100

The largest retirement community in the world

“The Village is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sumter County, Florida, United States. It shares its name with a larger age-restricted, age-planned community that spreads into parts of Lake and Marion counties. The overall development lies in central Florida, approximately 20 miles (32 km) south of Ocala and approximately 45 miles (72 km) northwest of Orlando.

“Between 2010 and 2020, The Villages was the fastest growing metropolitan area in the United States, growing by 39 percent, from approximately 93,000 in 2010 to approximately 130,000 in 2020. The Villages covers an area of ​​approximately 32 square miles, an area bigger than Manhattan. , and extends mostly to the south of the present community.

“The Village consists of 17 Community Development Special Purpose Districts (CDDs) that are governed by a Board of Supervisors (BoS), five individuals elected by the landowners in the district. H. Gary Morse, the son of the original owner, has transferred most of the direct ownership in the company to his three children in 2006; Morse died in 2014.

“The community is the center of The Villages, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area, which consists of all of Sumter County; Lake County is part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Statistical Area of ​​Florida; and Marion County is part of the Ocala, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.

“In 2016, The Villages developed 5.7 million square feet of commercial retail space, with an additional 3.3 million square feet planned for the near future. Major businesses include restaurants, retail targeting older Americans, and health care providers. The average occupancy rate of commercial space in the Village is approximately 97 percent.

“Commercial areas in The Villages include town centers, regional shopping centers and neighborhood retail plazas. The main commercial areas are 500,000 square foot town centers that house retailers, restaurants, entertainment and service providers. The Villages has a total of 14 grocery stores including seven Publix, three Winn-Dixie locations, The Fresh Market, Target, Walmart Supercenter and Walmart Neighborhood Market Citizens First Bank, a community bank based in The Villages, has nine branches throughout the community.

“In the decade from 2007 to 2017, The Villages Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) was the 9th fastest growing area in the United States, with GDP growth of 51.4% to $2.1 billion. According to state and federal jobs data between 2010 and 2018, the Villages Metropolitan Statistical Area added 13,893 jobs.

“In February 2019, WalletHub compared mediacredit scores of residents in 2,571 cities and The Villages scored the highest in the United States with a credit score of 806.

“Beautiful square with lots of shops to look at, lots of restaurants for dining in and out. The boardwalk is quite nice, they even have short boat rides around the lake, only $2 after 4pm. There’s a play downtown every night live entertainment with plenty of chairs but you can bring your own.The entertainment starts at 5pm-9pm with dancing if you want and there is a happy hour (5-6pm).Also of note, the area is very pet friendly.

“The recreation center looks more like a museum than anything else. It’s clean and attractively decorated.”

“Stayed at the inn by the lake. Lovely room and the weekly price per day was excellent. The weekend price was quite a splurge. Might be good for some.”
We enjoyed the two days we were there.”

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