The top 20 cities for Gen Z to live

Settling down, kind of

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Where to call home? For those in the 18-25 group — aka Gen Z — CommercialCafe offered some knowledge on where that generation might want to look to live … for now.

20. Virginia Beach, Va.

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19. Chicago, Ill.

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18. San Antonio, Texas

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17. Baltimore, Md.

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16. Nashville, Tenn.

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15. Washington D.C.

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14. Milwaukee, Wis.


13. Philadelphia, Pa.

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12. Omaha, Neb.

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11. Houston, Texas

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10. New York, N.Y.

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9. El Paso, Texas


8. Austin, Texas

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7. Seattle, Wash.

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6. Columbus, Ohio


5. Raleigh, N.C.

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4. Tucson, Ariz.

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3. Boston, Mass.

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2. Minneapolis, Minn.


1. Atlanta, Ga.

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