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Popular Big-City Neighborhoods

The U.S. is home to several metropolises. While moving to a big city can be overwhelming, this article highlights the best neighborhoods to live in large cities.

  1. Park Slope, New York City – A neighborhood that focuses on escaping busy Manhattan life while embracing local restaurants, farmers’ markets, home-style shops, bakeries and a food co-op. The median household income is $101,000, a typical two-bedroom rental costs $3,000 per month and the median home value is $854,300.
  2. Silver Lake, Los Angeles – Near Griffith Park, this neighborhood is within close walking distance to numerous stores and shops. It greatly appeals to the younger L.A. crowd. The median household income is $62,800, the average two-bedroom rental is $2,100 per month and the median home value is $632,000.
  3. Lakeview, Chicago – Featuring easy access to Lake Michigan, this area is abundant in parks, golf courses and culture. The median household income is $77,500, the average two-bedroom rental is $1,800 per month and the median home value is $345,000.
  4. Houston Heights, Houston – This eccentric neighborhood offers a great walkability score. The median household income is $63,500, the typical two-bedroom rental is $2,000 per month and the median home value is $251,400.
  5. Mount Airy, Philadelphia – With a diverse racial and religious population, this area is only 10 minutes from Fairmount Park. Featuring picturesque historic homes, as well as offering hikes and picnic locations, the median household income is $55,600. The typical two-bedroom rental is $1,000 per month and the median home value is $221,200.
  6. Windsor Square, Phoenix – Offering top-rated schools, this city features beautiful mid-century homes within easy walking distance to restaurants and shopping. The median household income is $61,600, the  typical two-bedroom rental is $1,200 a month and the median home value is  $343,500.
  7. Alamo Heights, Texas – With a convenient location to a mall, public golf course and botanical gardens, this neighborhood is within easy commuting distance to San Antonio. The median household income is  $104,100, the typical two-bedroom rents for $1,900 a month and the median home value is $386,000.
  8. Pacific Beach, San Diego – With abundant affordable housing, this area offers a convenient location to La Jolla, drawing young professionals from around the U.S. The median household income is $63,900, the typical two-bedroom rents for $2,100 a month and the median home value is $620,700.
  9. Lakewood, Dallas – With plentiful biking and walking trails that encircle nearby White Rock Lake, this area has a lively shopping and dining scene. The median household income is $116,400, the typical two-bedroom rental is $1,800 per month and the median home value is $392,900.
  10. Willow Glen, San Jose – With a mix of century-old  Craftsman-style homes and new homes, this neighborhood focuses on local businesses. The median household income is $101,700, the average two-bedroom rental is $2,000 per month and the median home value is $839,800.

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