chicago-condos & Chicago Real Estate & Condominium Chicago Administrator on 18 Jul 2007 05:04 pm

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There’s a new cable network getting started by the name of Retirement Living TV, which is the first to target people 55 and older, is coming to Chicago’s Erickson Tribune Fair. TV celebrities John Palmer and Adam West will be taping segments for the new show they’re hosting called Daily Cafe. The focus of their interest will be the communities of Sedgebrook and Monarch Landing which are two of the most progressive “retirement campus” style places for Seniors to live.

Over the two days, West and Palmer will be at Monarch Landing on Saturday and on Sedgebrook on Sunday. Monarch Landing is located in Naperville just a few miles west of Chicago. Sedgebrook is located 20 miles from Lincolnshire.

Retirement Living TV is excited to launch with two of the biggest icons in classic television, and hopes that the viewers of the new channel will identify with them and be entertained by them.

Adam West is probably best known for his role as Batman in the extremely popular 1966 version of the self-same show. He’s been in over 60 movies and appeared on over 80 television shows, one of the more recent as a role voice acting a cartoon version of himself as the mayor of Quahog in the popular animated series Family Guy.

Palmer is best known as a correspondent for NBC News and has interviewed many of the most powerful, interesting, influential, and iconic figures of his era.

We’re honored that they chose Chicago and the suburbs as a place to showcase a place of ideal suburban living. Many retirees have high demands on the quality of life where they live, so whether or not you are in your golden years, condos and houses in Chicago’s suburbs are a great choice for anyone who favors a high quality of life.

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