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Nationally recognized as a leader in over 55 housing for 20 years, Traditions of America is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania and focuses on developing award-winning retirement communities and building low-maintenance homes for people age 55+. Innovative programs and a team passionate about customer satisfaction have led to rapid and sustained growth, often bucking economic trends.

 

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Pittsburgh's Market Reflects Changing Times and Demographics

Pittsburgh's Market Reflects Changing Times and Demographics

Also in the works is a community called Pinnacle at Adams, which Traditions of America is developing in Butler County.

The Radnor-based company already has built several successful local adult communities, including Sewickley Ridge and Summer Seat, in Allegheny County, but Pinnacle at Adams will offer homes beginning at $350,000 that are a little larger and offer such natural amenities as outdoor fitness stations an an on-site pond for kayaking and canoeing.

Pinnacle at Adams, New 55 and Over Estate Home Development, Reveals Pre-Construction Pricing at Preview Events Attended by Nearly 200

Pinnacle at Adams, New 55 and Over Estate Home Development, Reveals Pre-Construction Pricing at Preview Events Attended by Nearly 200

Traditions of America has revealed the community plan and details about pre-construction pricing for Pinnacle at Adams, an innovative new concept of active living communities for adults 55 and up. 200 prospective homebuyers attended Preview Events to learn more about the estate homes and low-maintenance lifestyle to be offered by the award-winning homebuilder.  

Baby Boomers Redefine Housing Options

Baby Boomers Redefine Housing Options

“All our friends thought we were crazy to do it, but once they came and saw the community, saw our house, they just loved it.” The Retsches are among a growing segment driving housing trends for those 50 and older, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.

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