Photos: Ten best U.S. neighborhoods for millennials -- and the Denver area on the list
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Niche.com has compiled a wide-ranging list of the best American cities and neighborhoods for millennials. It's a wide-ranging roster encompassing major communities across the country -- and one Denver residential area landed in the top ten.
Continue to count down the Niche's photo-illustrated picks, featuring text and data from the site -- and there's a lot more where that came from. To access the original post, click here.
Number 10: San Diego, California -- Little Italy
POPULATION DENSITY 10,022 people/sq.mi.
Little Italy is a neighborhood in San Diego, CA, with 1,633 residents. It has very high home values and very high rent costs. Its citizens generally have high education levels and average income levels.
% Age 25-34 15%
Median Rent $1,261
Median Income $30,196
Crime Score Low
Representative College University of San Diego
Number 9: Minneapolis, Minnesota -- North Loop
POPULATION DENSITY 4,185 people/sq.mi.
North Loop is a neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN, with 3,469 residents. It has very high home values and very high rent costs. Its citizens generally have high education levels and very high income levels.
% Age 25-34 14%
Median Rent $864
Median Income $33,511
Crime Score Average*
Representative College University of Minnesota
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