U.S. News & World Report highlighted Hartford’s “many cultural gems hidden amid rolling hills and wooded neighborhoods.”
It put a spotlight on the historic architecture and said the state's capital city "has a lot to offer, both old and new."
New Haven, CT
U.S. News & World Report called New Haven the cultural capital of Connecticut.
The publication says, “New England charm and global cosmopolitanism combine in this small, livable seaside metropolitan area.”
To make the list, each community had to “have good value, be a desirable place to live, have a strong job market and a high quality of life,” according to the rankings.
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Boulder, Colorado ranked at number one.
Locations in the region that made the list are:
8: Portland, Maine
118: New York City, NY