Best Places To Live In The U.S

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota

While attractions like museums and sports stadiums are obvious reasons for the Twin Cities' big-city charm.

Portland, ME

Portland, Maine, may not be as well known as its Oregon sister, but it's an equally lovely place to live. Although it's Maine's largest city.

Denver, Colorado

Denver is one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. More than 50,000 new residents arrived between July 2019 and July 2020 alone. 

Des Moines, Iowa

Locally owned restaurants, hip bars, and unique shops are among the top perks millennials and young families love about this city.

Grand Rapids, Michigan

With over 80 breweries, Grand Rapids is well known as “Beer City USA.” But there's more to this place than just ales and lagers.

Asheville, North Carolina

With multicolored autumn leaves amidst the cascading Blue Ridge Mountains, a bustling downtown, and a vibrant food and craft beer scene.

Huntsville, Alabama

Small compared to the other cities on this list, Huntsville may feel like an unexpected contender. 

Boulder, Colorado

As a mecca for nature lovers, Boulder is home to stunning scenery, an absurd number of hiking trails, and great access to skiing. 

Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina

Located in the triangle formed by Duke, North Carolina State and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Home of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is a thriving college town just 45 minutes from Detroit that offers restaurants, bookstores, and more.

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