The Online Resource Center makes it easy to figure out where you want to live by comparing neighborhood statistics from across the country. Yearly, Niche ranks among the top 100 districts in the country. Five Texas boroughs made the list in 2022, including three in Richardson.
Rankings are based on crime, public schools, cost of living, job opportunities, and local amenities.
Five areas in Texas made the top 100, including:
Cottonwood Creek South #2
Cottonwood Creek South in Richardson, Dallas County, with a population of just 564, is one of the best places to live in Texas. Niche.
Most locals own their own homes, many retirees live in South Cottonwood Creek, and public schools are highly regarded.
Park Heights in Richardson, No. 36
Heights Park is a neighborhood in Richardson, Texas with a population of 2,757. Heights Park is home to many families, young professionals and retirees.
South Canyon Creek, No. 43
Again, located in Richardson, Canyon Creek South has a population of 3,956. Living in Canyon Creek South offers residents a lean urban feel, and most residents own their own homes.
Timberbrook at number 84
Timberbrook is a district in Plano with a population of 1,718. Many families live in Timberbrook, and the residents tend to have moderate political views.
Old Enfield at number 73
Old Enfield is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas with a population of 1,171. Old Enfield is home to many young professionals.
The information for this statistic is based on data from “the US Census, FBI, BLS, CDC, and other sources.” 10 best areas to live in America, according to Niche include:
- Downtown, Santa Monica, California.
- Cottonwood Creek South, Richardson, Texas
- Hyde Park, Spanish Creek, Tampa, Florida.
- Harbor Island, Tampa, Florida.
- Radnor, Fort Myer Heights, Arlington, Virginia.
- Ocean Park, Santa Monica, California.
- Southern University, Palo Alto, California.
- Park Lake, Highland, Orlando, Florida.
- Mid City, Santa Monica, California.
- Sammamish Valley, Redmond, Washington.