We've found the 15 hottest US cities for 2015, all of which will be booming next year thanks to new jobs, growing industries, burgeoning art and food scenes, and affordable real estate.
Rising prices in San Francisco will continue to push young hipsters out to Oakland. Queens will become the hot borough in New York City because of its affordable real estate and rich culinary scene. And Colorado's legalization of marijuana will bring a wave of tourism to Denver.
To compile this list we looked at job growth, population growth, affordability, livability, and the health and well-being of the residents. We also considered how innovative and "cool" the city is — an important factor in attracting the young, creative types who will make each city hot.
#7 DETROIT, MICHIGAN, IS ON ITS WAY UP, THANKS TO A GROUP OF YOUNG, MOTIVATED LOCALS.
Detroit has been slowly decaying over the past several years, but things are starting to look better for the Motor City.
The city has been trying to turn its economy around by attracting well-educated and talented workers.
But a group of young, motivated Detroiters have also been influential in turning the city around: They've been revitalizing the real-estate market, boosting tourism, and investing in local companies.
Certain industries have been growing strong in Detroit. The bike industry, for one, has been booming.
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