Your response is far more specific! Those items might seem "obvious" to you, but not everyone cares about those items. The complex was built in 89-90, most of the complexes where people complain about noise were built well before that: 60's, 70's, early 80's. Current building codes generally require a little more insulation to help keep shared wall spaces quiet. In terms of who lives there, generally agents (such as myself) have to be very careful not to give out demographic information which could be used in a discriminatory manner, including age related information. In my experience though, young complexes like this attract a range of folks, single young professionals, downsizers like yourself, and the larger units may attract single parent families or families themselves, but that is rarer. If your looking to up the odds, there are many "over 55" communities where at least one owner has to be over 55, and many are affordable complexes such as Brookside. Swimming Pool, Snow Removal, Tennis Court, Playground, Recreational Facilities, Exercise Room, Clubroom are among the amenities.