Category Archives Your New Neighborhood

NextDoor app

While asking for recommendations on Facebook is one way to handle that, you may not live near most of your friends. That’s where Nextdoor comes in: this handy app not only helps you connect with your neighbors on a community level, but lets you reach out to people who live near your home.

Arlington, Virginia Neighborhoods A Guide - Westover

Arlington capitalizes on D.C.'s energy while offering a respite from the never-ending pace of the capital city. This dichotomy gives Arlington its character. The juxtaposition between small town and big city has led people to call Arlington neighborhoods "urban villages." All of the city's urban villages have this mix of old and new to varying degrees, and understanding those nuances can help you find the best fit. Here's a quick guide to give you an idea of which neighborhood in the city is right for you:

Pike Place Market. The Seahawks. Rain. Beer. Biking. Hipsters. Organic eats. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. There’s plenty to love about living in Seattle. Whether you feel as if you don’t have a good grasp of the city, or you’re just looking for some hidden gems to discover, these bloggers should definitely be saved to your bookmarks. They know this northwestern corner of the U.S. better than most.

If you’re living in an apartment, you might not have the luxury of enjoying an expansive yard. That’s why it’s so important to take care of the parks and green spaces in your neighborhood; they serve as the collective backyards of those living in a community. So in honor of Keep America Beautiful Month, which occurs every April, here are some ways you can keep your neighborhood clean and beautiful.

If you’re living in Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World, your idea of furniture might be something you stand on in the middle of a guitar jam, or something guests crash on while visiting Austin for South by Southwest, the Austin Reggae Festival, Austin City Limits Music Festival and the Old Settler’s Music Festival. Whether you frequently change out your furniture for wear and tear, or you just want to redecorate your Austin apartment, rest assured that this funky college town has plenty of cheap furniture stores to meet your budget needs.

When you think of Seattle, chances are you think of rain, coffee, grunge music and the scenic beauty of the Pacific Northwest. So what are the city's hottest neighborhoods? We rank them according to how often they’re searched on and how many social hotspots are located in each.

Tucson hoods

Whether you’re after the warm sunshine, the dry climate or the delicious food, Tucson, Arizona, has something to offer tourists and residents alike. This Southwestern city is home to the University of Arizona, but it’s so much more than a college town.

East Coast

In the East, you’ll find more options of where to rent than elsewhere in the US. Houses, brownstones, rowhomes, and apartments above businesses are much more plentiful in the East than elsewhere, where your choices beyond apartment buildings are more limited.