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08/10/2013 08:20 am ET

Hip, Urban, Middle-Aged

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Baby boomers are moving into trendy urban neighborhoods, but young residents aren't always thrilled.

Jennifer Williams says she often feels like the oldest person on her block. When the 52-year-old corporate communications executive sets off for work in a suit, carrying a briefcase, with her hair in a bun, she is usually surrounded by young people with tattoos and rainbow crocheted skull caps. "It's like mom is coming in for a visit," she says.

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