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Here you see the atrium in the senior apartments on the Generaal Chasselaan, Eindhoven. The building is 4 stories high. The complex is situated in a part of Eindhoven that is called Generalenbuurt. The Generalenbuurt consists of 5,293 inhabitants. A quarter of the neighboring residents is 55 years and older and nearly 40% of the total 2,448 households composed of singles. One of the reasons is the presence of senior apartments.

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