Best Places To Live In The US

How happy are you with where you live? There’s a lot to consider when deciding where to settle down, but if you could move anywhere, how would you choose? New research is here to help.

A new Niche study naming the Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2024 has just come out.

To come up with the list, they pulled statistics from the U.S. Census, as well as other sources, looking at factors including the cost of living, schools, crime, outdoor activities, job opportunities, diversity and more.

This year, the best community to live in is Colonial Village in Arlington, Virginia, which has about 3-thousand residents. It received the highest rating for its public schools, nightlife, health and fitness, and commute.

Carmel, Indiana, with a population of more than 99-thousand, comes in second. It gets an A+ rating from Niche for public schools, housing and being good for families.

The Top 10 Best Places to Live in the U.S.

  1. Colonial Village - Neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia
  2. Carmel, Indiana
  3. Chesterbrook - Suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  4. Uptown - Neighborhood in Tampa, Florida
  5. Cinco Ranch - Suburb of Houston, Texas
  6. Hyde Park/Spanishtown Creek - Neighborhood in Tampa, Florida
  7. Evergreen Park - Neighborhood in Palo Alto, California
  8. Radnor/Fort Myer Heights - Neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia
  9. Harbour Island - Neighborhood in Tampa, Florida
  10. College Terrace - Neighborhood in Palo Alto, California

Source: The Hill

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content