D.C. Neighborhood Ranked Among Best Places For Millenials in America

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According to a list released by niche.com, Chinatown in D.C. came in at number 6 in their list of 'Best Places For Millennials in America.' The list was calculated together based on a composite of rankings varying from percentage of residents between the ages of 25-34, safety grade, access to coffee shops and bars and more.

The overall top 10 are:

  1. Showplace Square (Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA)
  2. South Beach (Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA)
  3. Hell's Kitchen (Neighborhood in New York City, NY)
  4. Theater District (Neighborhood in New York City, NY)
  5. Juneau, Town (Neighborhood in Milwaukee, WI)
  6. Chinatown (Neighborhood in Washington D.C.)
  7. Rincon Hill (Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA)
  8. West End (Neighborhood in Boston, MA)
  9. Mission Bay (Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA)
  10. Printers Row (Neighborhood in Chicago, IL)

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