3 Neighborhoods in Tampa Rank Among The Top 10 Neighborhoods in America

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Several Tampa neighborhoods have just been ranked among the top places to live in the United States. A new report by Niche, evaluating communities of all sizes, has unveiled the best places to live in 2024.

Drawing data from the U.S. Census and various sources, the study considered factors such as cost of living, educational institutions, safety, recreational opportunities, employment prospects, diversity, and more to compile the “2024 Best Places to Live in America” list.

Topping the rankings this year is Colonial Village in Arlington, a small community of around 3,000 residents. After Carmel, In and Phili’s Chesterbrook is Tampa’s Uptown at #4 in the nation. Hyde Park and Harbour Island also rank among the 10 best neighborhoods to live in America.

Here are the top 20 places to in America according to Niche:

Rank Name Location
1 Colonial Village Neighborhood in Arlington, VA
2 Carmel Town in Indiana
3 Chesterbrook Suburb of Philadelphia, PA
4 Uptown Neighborhood in Tampa, FL
5 Cinco Ranch Suburb of Houston, TX
6 Hyde Park – Spanishtown Creek Neighborhood in Tampa, FL
7 Evergreen Park Neighborhood in Palo Alto, CA
8 Radnor/Fort Myer Heights Neighborhood in Arlington, VA
9 Harbour Island Neighborhood in Tampa, FL
10 College Terrace Neighborhood in Palo Alto, CA
11 Brookline Suburb of Boston, MA
12 Ardmore Suburb of Philadelphia, PA
13 Johns Creek Suburb of Atlanta, GA
14 North Bethesda Suburb in Maryland
15 Okemos Suburb of Lansing, MI
16 Blue Ash Suburb of Cincinnati, OH
17 Brentwood Suburb of St. Louis, MO
18 Coppell Suburb of Dallas, TX
19 Chesterfield Suburb of St. Louis, MO
20 South Lake Union Neighborhood in Seattle, WA
(Niche)

For prospective homebuyers seeking superior schools, enhanced job opportunities, lower crime rates, or other desirable qualities in a neighborhood, the real estate market has been fiercely competitive in recent years.

The U.S. housing market faced a significant downturn over the past two years due to soaring mortgage rates and a scarcity of available homes. However, the gradual decrease in rates since last fall has eased monthly mortgage burdens, offering some relief to buyers contending with escalating prices and limited housing inventory this year.

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