A new survey of small and mid-size American cities confirmed what we all knew: Madison is the best place to live. The Wisconsin capital capped off its climb to the top of the Livability.com rankings of 1,000 cities this year
High home prices along with strong demand have today’s youngest homebuyers moving to smaller cities — and that could mean a boom for local economies and home values in those markets. For example, Madison, Wisconsin, is a new mecca for
Fly over this, East and West Coasters: Nat Geo Travel has named Madison one of the top small cities in the United States. The travel magazine looked at cities with populations ranging from 40,000 to 600,000 and ranked them based
When I was a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, one consistent piece of advice alumni and older students gave me was to stick around for at least one Madison summer. I finally did the summer after I graduated, and
Think there have been too many large apartment buildings sprouting up around Madison over the past few years? Turns out, there haven’t been enough.
Due to its top notch health care system, strong schools, economy, and cultural vibe, Madison, once again, ranks near the top of Livability’s list of the best places to live in the U.S.