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The 10 Best Cities for Millennials

Taking into account factors such as access to coffee shops, here's a new ranking of the top places to live for the millennial generation.
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Niche, a company that analyzes data on neighborhoods and educational institutions around the country, recently released its rating of the top cities for millennials. The list takes a few factors into account—like the number of millennial residents, access to bars, restaurants, and (no surprise) coffee shops, and the cost of living. Here are the top 10 places on the list.

1. Cambridge, Massachusetts


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Harvard and MIT call this city on the Charles home.

2. San Francisco, California


3. Arlington, Virginia


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4. Seattle, Washington


5. Washington, D.C.


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6. Berkeley, California


7. Minneapolis, Minnesota


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8. Boston, Massachusetts


9. Alexandria, Virginia


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10. Denver, Colorado


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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