Best Places to Live in the U.S.

Best Places to Live in the U.S.

Moving to a new city? Find out the top cities and neighborhoods that are best suited for you, whether you’re a young professional, single, retired, or packing up the family. With information such as employment rates, crime rates, healthcare, education, transportation, housing, cost of living, and entertainment—these blog posts have all the facts, statistics, and city-specifics that you need.

Moving to a new city? Find out the top cities and neighborhoods that are best suited for you, whether you’re a young professional, single, retired, or packing up the family. With information such as employment rates, crime rates, healthcare, education, transportation, housing, cost of living, and entertainment—these blog posts have all the facts, statistics, and city-specifics that you need.

If you love all things outdoors, then you really ought to consider checking out these cities that have all the outdoor recreation you could ask for. Find out all the fun activities that the residents are having outdoors in Portland, Boulder, Minneapolis, and Asheville!
San Antonio is one of the largest cities in the country, and it has no plans for slowing down, ranking among the top 10 fastest growing cities in the United States in 2015. Between affordable housing, a wealth of job opportunities, diversity, and a strong military population, San Antonio is an attractive place to live and raise a family. With being one of America's biggest cities, it can be a challenge to find a good neighborhood to raise the kids. To help you in your search, Storage.com has done the research for you to find the best San Antonio neighborhoods for the family.
Are you thinking about moving to Atlanta? Georgia's capital city, locally known as A-Town, is home to a pleasant climate, a strong economy, and an abundance of stores, restaurants, parks, and clubs to satisfy one's personal life. Since starting off here is easier and cheaper than, say, New York City or Los Angeles, Atlanta is a great city for singles and young professionals who are looking for a place to settle down and build a successful career.
Houston is arguably one of the best places to live right now. Beautiful weather, ample job opportunities, and some of the most affordable neighborhoods and suburbs await the families who are packing up and heading to the energy capital of the world. Houston is undoubtedly a great place to raise a family. But Houston is huge, and knowing what neighborhood or suburb is right for your family can be difficult. So we've done the research for you and compiled a list of the best family neighborhoods and suburbs in Houston.
Los Angeles entrances singles and young professionals from all over the world to make a name and a living for themselves in the sunny city. As you already know, living in the mecca of the entertainment industry isn't a bargain by any means—in fact, it's far from. So where are all of the singles and young professionals migrating to rent in the City of Angels? Take a look at our list of the best neighborhoods.
A diverse city like Seattle is a fun place to live. It’s a place riddled with job opportunities at corporate giants, which is why it’s the perfect city for young professionals. Read what Storage.com, plus executive members of Young Professionals of Seattle, have to say about the best neighborhoods for young professionals in Seattle!
Loving the single life and looking to move to NYC? Here are ten neighborhoods that cater to singles to get you started. Discover what these singles-friendly neighborhoods have to offer, including the percentage of the population that is single, median rent, crime rate, and the male to female ratio.
Dallas has long catered to the busy lifestyles of young professionals. Maybe it's the mild temperatures year-round, or maybe it's the remarkable can't-be-found-anywhere-else atmosphere. Whatever the draw, it's easy to see why so many people are sipping the kool-aid with this list of the 3 best neighborhoods in Dallas for young professionals.
When you’re packing up the family to move to a large city such as Los Angeles, you want to be sure the neighborhood you’re living in is not only safe, but also won’t break the bank. We’ve done the research for you. Here are eight unique neighborhoods in LA that are a great choice for young families.
Living in a large city like New York, Chicago, or LA? Chances are you’ve had to sacrifice some square footage in your home, especially if you’re living in the downtown area. Read how self storage is a great resource in the bigger cities.