What Are The Best Suburbs To Live  In America

Stacker compiled a list of top ranked suburbs in the U.S. using Niche’s annual rankings, which look at such factors as the cost of living, the educational level of residents, housing, and public schools.

Best Suburbs To Live In America

Brookline, Massachusetts

Four miles from downtown Boston and surrounded by the city on three sides, Brookline was a streetcar suburb up through the mid- 19th century.

Holly Hills, Colorado

Holly Hills is halfway between downtown Denver and the Denver Tech Center. Residents like that it is close to major roads, light rail, and all of what Denver has to offer.

Richmond Heights, Missouri

This community shares a school district with neighboring Maplewood as well as a community garden.

Okemos, Michigan

Originally founded as the village of Hamilton, Okemos was a stopping point for travelers between Detroit and Lansing.

Great Neck Plaza,  New York

A long established suburb, Great Neck Plaza stands out on Long Island because it has kept many of its historic buildings.