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South Park Hill Named Best Neighborhood In Denver
What’s the hottest neighborhood in the Denver metro area? According to the 2017 Best Places to Live rankings, published by the Niche website, it’s South Park Hill. The criteria for a given ranking is chosen from the available data and what Niche’s user research shows that people are looking for. For the Best Neighborhoods ranking, the main factors were Higher Education Rate, Cost of Living Grade, Housing Grade and Public Schools Grade, with many other factors like Diversity, Shortest Commute, and Crime & Safety included.
While there are several trendy and popular neighborhoods in the Denver metro area, several things made South Park Hill stand out, such as very high scores in our Higher Education Rate, Family Grade, Shortest Commute Grade and Health & Fitness Grade, among many others.
Another area where South Park Hill scored high marks? Nightlife. This grade includes statistics about access to bars and restaurants, residents ages 18 to 34, millennial newcomers and access to movie theaters and venues. South Park Hill also scores very well across these factors.
South Park Hill also scored very high in the housing and diversity categories. In this area, Niche gave the neighborhood an A-, which is in the top 20 percent of all ranked places for Housing and Diversity. Niche’s housing factor includes stats on the home-to-income ratio, monthly housing costs, median home values and real estate taxes, among many other factors.
The areas where South Park Hill scored lowest was public education and safety; however, the neighborhood still received a B grade in these categories.
Want to check out what the South Park Hill neighborhood has to offer? Contac Metrowest today – we’d love to show you around!
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