When it comes to finding the perfect community for your lifestyle, the U.S. has a place for everybody. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of America’s most popular communities for young adults. From college students to young entrepreneurs to newlyweds, these areas offer some of the best services, amenities and attractions for the younger, hipper crowd.
Adams Morgan, Washington, D.C.
This D.C. neighborhood is ranked among the most popular neighborhoods by real estate site Trulia.com and was named the #1 “Hippest Neighborhood in D.C.” by Avalon Communities. Its culturally diverse atmosphere, highly educated population (7 out of 10 adults in their mid-twenties have a bachelor’s degree or higher) and popular nightlife destinations make Adams Morgan a top choice for young professionals. For young couples who are looking to put down roots, Adams Morgan offers a great mix of urban activity and peaceful residential areas. When it comes to housing options, Adams Morgan is known for row housing, mid-sized apartment buildings and small condo complexes. If you have any questions about condo financing in the area, be sure to give us a call – 800-634-8616.
Lower Garden District, New Orleans, LA
The numerous galleries, theatres and cutting edge artistic influences make the Lower Garden District a popular spot for the young, artsy crowd. What’s especially nice about this area though, is that it still clings to its historical roots, which are equally diverse as the current population. As for housing, expect to see a lot of urban-style homes such as condo buildings and row housing that range from sleek and modern to opulent.
Inner Mission, San Francisco, CA
A bustling center of diversity, Inner Mission is home to immigrant families, college students, young professionals and artists. An extremely livable area, Inner Mission boasts plenty of shops – particularly along Valencia, Mission and 24th Streets – as well as nice mix of attractive housing types. In this San Francisco neighborhood, one could expect to see elaborate Victorian homes as well as chic flats and condo complexes. The only downside? The area is known for partying, so this may not be the best place to “settle down,” but if you’re looking to live it up in a place that has a little bit of everything, this could be the spot for you.
Belltown, Seattle, WA
Located at the north end of downtown, Belltown has become a celebrated hot spot for the up-and-coming art crowd. This community offers galleries, coffee houses and bars galore, along with the popular Speakeasy Club, which hosts plays, poetry readings and silent films. Most of the housing in Belltown is located either in highrise apartment buildings or renovated lofts.