Category Archives Your New Neighborhood

You may have noticed that we've had a little bit of a love affair with Seattle lately. Did you catch our list of the city's top 10 neighborhoods? Or how about the Seattle blogs we highly suggest for locals? Today we're…

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…

Arlington, Virginia Neighborhoods A Guide - Westover

Arlington, Virginia is a city of harmonious contradictions. Much of Arlington is small, quiet suburbia steeped in history and tradition. However, sprinkled throughout you'll find bustling metropolises, eclectic shopping districts, and a thoroughly modern feel. All of this is set…

A Guide to Philadelphia Neighborhoods

Philadelphia is one of the largest and most historic cities in the U.S. It's where both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed. It served as an important capital during the Revolutionary War and played a significant…

tucson neighborhoods

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.

Downtown Chicago is one place where you'll find plenty of people walking.
Downtown Chicago is one place where you'll find plenty of people walking.
Sidewalk life can be one of the best parts of urban apartment living. The ability to walk right out of your apartment and take a stroll to the nearest park, corner café, bar or even your place of work is an incredible perk, for those lucky enough to enjoy it. At least, that’s what we often think when we describe the ideal apartment neighborhood. But according to recent studies, while “walkable” neighborhoods may be viewed desirably by residents, just because they can get around easily on foot doesn’t necessarily mean they will.

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