Is Denver a great place to live?
Most residents would say absolutely.
But it’s neighbor to the south, Colorado Springs, is even better.
That’s according to the annual U.S. News & World Report "Best Places to Live" rankings, which named Denver the third-best place to live — and Colorado Springs the second.
"While Colorado Springs, Colorado, didn’t bump Austin from No. 1, the metro area’s desirability among our survey users, quality of life and booming job market contributed to its climb up the rankings," U.S. News’ report says. "According to the Gallup Sharecare Well-Being Index, Colorado Springs residents generally feel fulfilled socially, physically and financially. Our data shows high school students in Colorado Springs are sufficiently prepared for college and face a better job market than others did in recent years."
Read more at the Denver Business Journal: https://bit.ly/2HfXx1Y