Guess What City Made the List of Virginia’s Best Places to Live? Nichecom Reveals their Rad Results!

You guessed it, our very own Tysons Corner has made the list among Niche.com’s best places to live in Virginia, based on their user’s rankings. Of course everyone is entitled to their opinion – and the readers of Niche.com definitely had something to say about Tysons Corner, which is why our city is ranked #16 of all cities in Virginia!

 

Residents glowed over the sense of community enjoyed in Tysons Corner while having access to many attractions you’d expect to find in a larger city. Tysons Corner also received high marks for safety, with one resident proclaiming that they’ve never had any issues in Tysons, adding “Once someone had their bike stolen and it was found within the day.” High praise was also given to Tysons Corner libraries, as well as the two large malls.

 

Other factors involved in the ranking included: public schools, family-friendly, diversity, and affordable housing, for which Tysons Corner received an A+, A+, A+, and B, in that order. Tysons Corner was also listed #9 as best city for Millennials in Virginia. For more factors, rankings, and Tysons Corner reviews, visit: Niche.com.

 

Many of the best places to live, according to Niche.com, are from Northern Virginia. Here’s a rundown of the top ten:

 

  1. Arlington
  2. Broadlands
  3. Brambleton
  4. Belmont
  5. Floris
  6. Franklin Farm
  7. Merrifield
  8. Oakton
  9. Lowes Island
  10. South Riding

 

Nationwide, the top ranked cities are:

 

  1. Carmel, Indiana
  2. Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania
  3. Morrisville, North Carolina
  4. Dublin, Ohio
  5. Buffalo Grove, Illinois
  6. Penn Wynne, Pennsylvania
  7. Ann Arbor, Michigan
  8. Naperville, Illinois
  9. Clarendon Hills, Illinois
  10. Devon, Pennsylvania

 

What do you think, do you agree with Tysons Corner’s ranking – or for any of these city’s rankings? Share your thoughts in comments.

 

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