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Boise named one of the 10 most livable cities in the U.S. by Curbed

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Calling Boise “a mountain vista that offers the outdoors and new business opportunities,” the Curbed national blog put the city at its #2 spot on its list of livable cities. Criteria used included walkability, park access, diversity, housing costs and more.

Choosing where to live is one of the most personal, stressful, and meaningful choices you can make. That’s why Curbed cast a wide net to put together our first-ever list of where you should live in the U.S in 2020. We began with a list of criteria—walkability, park access, diversity, housing costs, job opportunities, and more—that together add up to that essential but elusive trait: livability.

We ended up with a list of 10 intriguing alternatives to unaffordable coastal metros. No matter your reasons for relocating, moving to an entirely new place is complicated, so here, we offer a guide both to the highlights of your potential new city and to the ways it might change in the months and years after you move in.

Read the full story here: The 10 best cities in the U.S. to move to right now

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