College Station ranked among top U.S. cities for empty-nesters

By Julia Campbell,

College Station has a lot going for it, like Texas A&M University and the famous George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Maybe that’s why this college town compelled 12,035 people between the ages of fifty to sixty-five years old to move into its boundaries in 2017.

Although a college town might not be the first place empty nesters think of moving to, cities like College Station actually come with a slew of student and senior discounts, nightlife activities, and youthful spunk.

Ranking factors

  • Migrant population: 12,035
  • Rent and utilities: $1,008.76
  • Average climate: 69.05°F
  • Proximity to airport: 74.06 miles

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