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Bridgewater at Viera

Distinguished by its more than 125 acres of sparkling lakes, Bridgewater at Viera in Melbourne, Florida, is an amenity-rich, lifestyle-oriented community designed to accommodate those 55+...

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The Cottages at Riley Place

Quaint Cottage Living, in your hometown. Slow down & relax by the pool or escape to the nearby trails. Get a little local shopping done or grab a plate of your hometown barbecue. The perfect escape for balancing your work and your home life is nestled a little closer than you think...




With an absolute plethora of private and public universities, Orlando is a sprawling college city. last 36 years, Orlando went from being a regional town to one of Florida's largest cities. Now with a population of 231,000 (and 2 million in the Metro), it is a booming city and immensely popular va.......more>>

Las Cruces

An incredibly interesting and culturally diverse college community, Las Cruces is the second largest city in New Mexico (92,000), and is in the southern part of the state. It is a desirable community for its active cultural life resulting from its major university, and its unusually beautiful locati.......more>>


Austin, Texas is becoming a very popular college town. For one, it was selected by Money Magazine as the #2 best big city to live in. The University of Texas and its array of cultural and other activities is perhaps the biggest draw for Austin; its cosmopolitan and high-tech, quirky soul is also ap.......more>>

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