With studies showing that attracting retirees lifts wages and home values for surrounding areas, states and cities are using infrastructure upgrades, community certifications and advertising to draw in boomers. Lawrence, Kan., for example, expects to spend up to $80,000 a year to recruit retirees, and Philadelphia and Charlotte, N.C., are among cities that are revamping public transportation with senior needs in mind.

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