WHY CHOOSE A TOWN SQUARE FRANCHISE?
Town Square is the most innovative brand in the adult day care industry, and our reminiscence-focused day programs have helped people with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders find connection, learning, comfort, and joy. We are presently looking for franchisee candidates with strong business skills and an interest in improving the lives of local seniors as we expand across the US.
If you are interested in available Town Square franchising in your area, view the map below to see the states and regions we have open – feel free to contact us for further information.
Featured Markets with Available Territories
These ten markets in regions all across America contain territories that present especially effective Town Square franchising opportunities. Town Square considered factors such as senior citizen population, economic statistics, market saturation, and other aspects that would affect the health of a small business when compiling this list.
Phoenix is a popular retirement destination and one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, and there are few restrictions on business real estate projects. The Maricopa County area, which is home to more than 4.4 million people, provides a wealth of opportunities for a senior care business.
The largest inland city in Florida, close to 40 percent of the population of Orlando is 65 years of age or older, and it is the hub of a metro area containing over 2 million residents. The Orlando area is one of the country’s most famous and beloved places for retirement – there will always be market share in the senior day care sector.
Many seniors have found the Miami area an attractive place to retire, thanks to its world-famous cultural attractions and great climate – Miami was previously ranked as “America’s Cleanest City” by Forbes thanks to its green spaces and air and water quality.
The most populous city in Florida, Jacksonville experienced nearly 16% population growth between the 2010 and 2020 censuses. Jacksonville is central to Florida’s busiest communities and will have an increasing need for adult day centers as the population ages.
Houston has been called the most diverse major city in the entire country, and has previously ranked #1 on the Forbes “Best Cities to Buy a Home” list – and small businesses have found opportunities in the city’s multiple commercial districts.
Dallas is the seat of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the entire country with a population of 7.5 million – given this population size, there is a significant senior care market to be served.
The Mile High City is a previous U.S. News and World Report “Best Place to Live in the United States” winner with a population of up to 5,470 residents per square mile in some areas. The American Medical Association has also found that Denverites have a higher than average life expectancy.
Cleveland is the anchor of the most-populous metro area in the state of Ohio and is one of the country’s leading cities for the healthcare industry and its adjacent fields, such as senior care. More than that, the Forest City is a national leader in environmental health and has a downtown and many other neighborhoods with increasing populations.
Chicago is well-known as America’s Second City for good reason – Cook County is the country’s second-most-populous, with a countywide population of about 5.3 million, and the overall Chicagoland area has close to 10 million residents, and that population continues to rise according to the 2020 census.
El Paso, TX
The second-largest city in the Southwest, El Paso is a five-time winner of the All-America City Award and has repeatedly been found to be one of the safest cities in the whole country. El Paso’s economy is very diversified and it is a growing retirement destination like other Sun Belt cities.