- Seattle, WA
- Lynn, MA
- Washington, DC
- Columbia Heights
- Worcester, MA
Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest and one of the largest technology hubs in The United States. An important artistic and cultural epicenter with a rich and diverse history that endures today.
Seattle has consistently been among the fastest growing major cities in the county. With an insurgence of residents, areas are rapidly changing with large investments being made in residential and commercial development. Housing prices are becoming more and more restrictive in the city, pushing residents to less developed transitional areas in and around the city creating small business opportunity.
Lynn is among the largest municipalities in Massachusetts. The city is only 13 miles from Boston, directly on the Ocean and has established a strong culture of artistic expression. Lynn has a rich history but more recently has been challenged by high poverty rates and a negative perception. The city is undergoing a transformation with large residential and commercial developments under construction. With restrictive Boston area prices pushing residents to surrounding areas, Lynn is on the cusp of a renaissance.
Washington DC enjoys an ever-growing diversity of people and cultures. With sprawling parks, world class colleges, museums and historical monuments. Washington DC is an epicenter of history and culture. As the population grows so does the number of professionals and creatives that call this eclectic, multicultural city home. Communities are constantly changing with a steady migration from high cost areas into traditionally underserved neighborhoods.
Columbia Heights is only 10 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and a growing, first ring suburban community with an expanding diversity of people and cultures. There is an immense sense of pride in the community with many families residing in the neighborhood for upwards of three generations New families are starting to build a life in the unique neighborhood and taking advantage of the lower housing cost.
Family oriented, hardworking, and on the cusp of large potential growth due to the rising cost of living in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Columbia heights has a bright future and rich history.
Worcester is the second largest city in New England. With nine world class colleges, unique museums, a beautiful theater and many historically significant attractions and architecture, Worcester is a special place with a rich history and strong cultural significance.
Worcester is enjoying a renaissance with real estate developments already in process. There is a steady migration to the city as it provides urban living and convenience while giving an alternative to much higher cost hub cities like Boston.