Greenpoint top nabe for youngsters seeking apartments: report

But median rent of $1,157 is among priciest in the survey

TRD New York /
Apr.April 18, 2014 06:15 PM

With May right around the corner, U.S. college graduates will be migrating to the nation’s biggest cities to try to find jobs, apartments and start life on their own.

Niche Ink, a website dedicated to education analysis, put together a list of the best metro areas for millennials. They ranked the metro areas in the U.S. using a dozen factors, including data from the U.S. Census, FBI crime rates and Niche Ink user opinions on the best places for life after graduation. They then calculated the best neighborhood for young people in each of those cities. (You can read the full methodology here.)

Keep reading to see the top 25 cities and neighborhoods in the U.S. for millennials.

Click here to see where young people should move »


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