New York to Grow Older, City Planning Says

Some 400,000 of the already famous 1.1 million new New Yorkers that are expected to be living here come 2030 will be over the age of 65, the Department of City Planning said on Wednesday in detailing its population estimates.

That’s a combination of people living longer and staying in the city longer. The school-age population will drop slightly, the City Planning report says. Needless to say, nightclubs may feel a bit of a crunch, but the early-bird special could make a big comeback.

Matthew Schuerman

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