Best Places to Live for Young Adults (Part 2)

Welcome to part two of our series covering some of the hottest, hippest, and most up and coming cities to live in for young adults! We covered two very large cities in our last segment, Miami and Philly, and have even more to consider right here. If you’re looking to move, or even planning on taking a vacation in the near or distant future, here are some additional cities to consider…

  • Denver, CO: Colorado has really taken the country and news by storm over the last few years after they had legalized both medicinal and recreational cannabis. But if smoking weed really isn’t your thing, the city is also a wonderful place to open a brewery. In fact, it’s been climbing its way up nationally recognized rankings as one of the top cities for beer lovers and enthusiast as of recent. Likewise, Denver has been known to be a rather healthy city, as it continues to rank well in terms of fitness.
  • Raleigh, NC: Despite the city being a hub for students attending the prestigious Duke University, Raleigh is really an up and coming city for young professionals to look at. Now so more than ever are young professionals moving to Raleigh to begin their lifelong careers, start families, and settle down. One of the benefits of living so close to a college is all of the small amenities that come with it, including a slew of different places to eat and drink, cheap and greasy pizza, and a city that loves its college games. Particularly basketball.
  • Austin, TX: Over the years, Austin has become a hot spot for both artists and young professionals. It’s also been named as the number one city when it comes to housing investments, which makes a lot of sense seeing as the city has ranked as number two when it comes to the fastest growing cities in America.