The Quest for the Multigenerational City

When Megan Kimble moved to Austin, Texas, she started to volunteer with Capital City Village, a nonprofit that allows people to age in their homes by connecting members with those that can do repairs and offer rides. Simply wanting to truly know her new city and its inhabitants a little better, Kimble discovered that spending time with those far older than her offered not only new friendships, but valuable perspective and solace unavailable anywhere else at any price.

Source: CityLab
Published: Jan 29, 2019
Length: 9 minutes (2,255 words)