Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.
Before answering your specific question, I'll point out that it would be illegal to create a "no children" complex. That violates fair housing
laws. However, it is possible to create a "55 and older" community. In order to do so, the properties must already be 80% occupied by people 55 and over (which in your case means 7 of the 8 units).
In answer to your specific question, the answer is yes, that the one unit which would not have a 55 or older occupant would be able to remain. They certainly could not be forced out of their unit. But since the law would allow that 55 or older status with 80% of the units, that person in the one lone unit could indeed sell to somebody under 55 since the condo would still be 80% 55 and older.
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