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The Longevity Revolution

It has been proposed that the first person who will live to 150 years old has already been born. While there has been much discussion about the advances in both preventative and reactive medicine that are changing the bounds of what is possible for human longevity, there have been comparatively few conversations about how we address quality of life over that longer lifespan. In this paper (the first of a multi-part series focused on envisioning a future built on meaningful and intentional connection), Perkins Eastman’s senior living team tackles a fundamental question: How do environments for aging reinvent themselves to support the human who will live twice as long as their grandparents?