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Chicago Ranked #123 Best Place to Live and #56 Best Place to Retire

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Chicago has been ranked #123 in the Best Places to Live and #56 in the Best Places to Retire in the United States, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.

According to the report, Chicago has an overall rating of 5.9 out of 10. The city scored 5.4 for desirability, 5.7 for value, 5.7 for job market, and 6.4 for quality of life.

Chicago provide convenient access to all of the surrounding suburbs as well as downtown.

Some of the area’s best active adult communities offer proximity to major interstates and Metra stations as well as spacious homes and adventurous amenities the whole family can enjoy.

According to livability, Chicago is a great place to live for many reasons. Here are some of them:

  • It’s easy to get around and there are many transportation options available.
  • Chicago is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, which provides plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities.
  • Chicago is home to many world-class museums and cultural institutions.
  • The city has a thriving arts scene with many galleries and theaters.
  • Chicago is a foodie’s paradise with a wide variety of restaurants and cuisines.
  • The city has a diverse population with many different neighborhoods to explore.
  • Chicago has a rich history and architecture that can be seen throughout the city.

The cost of living in Chicago is 17.8% less expensive than New York (without rent). A family of four estimated monthly costs are $4,119.2 without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are $1,145.1 without rent, according to numbeo.

Meanwhile, according to rentcafe, the average rent for an apartment in Chicago is $2,215. The cost of rent varies depending on several factors, including location, size, and quality.

Chicago is also known for its world-class museums, beautiful parks, and delicious food.

The windy city has a rich history and is home to many cultural institutions. It is also a great place for sports fans, with teams like the Cubs, White Sox, Bears, and Chicago Bulls calling the city home.

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