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Construction crews work on the facade of River Bend Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in Rochester Thursday, July 24, 2014. The facility will open this fall. Retirement communities are making their way into Rochester, and fast. Instead of focusing on sprawling housing developments in the Sun Belt, some builders are trying to lure older people who want to live in smaller communities and be close to their doctors. Credit: Alex Kolyer/For MPR News

Senior citizens will be a big part of Rochester’s growth

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Minnesota Public Radio News Rochester, Minn. – A few blocks away from the Mayo Clinic's flagship campus, a project is underway that signals big changes ahead for the city's housing mix. Construction workers are putting finishing touches on the exterior of one of Rochester's newest senior living communities.

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