10 Best Places to Live in New York (USA)

Elmira

Elmira is a close-knit village of around 27,000 people, complete with wonderful, family-friendly areas such as West Elmira, Elmira Southwest, and Elmira College.

Jamestown

Getting weary of the urban grind? Jamestown, at the southern end of the magnificent Chautauqua Lake, offers a slower pace of life.

Rochester

Look no farther than Rochester, a varied, liberal metropolis of around two hundred thousand people situated on Lake Ontario. 

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Utica-Rome

These two major cities in central New York tend to the right. Utica is a bigger city with around 60,000 people compared to Rome's 32,000 population.

Buffalo-Niagara Falls

Buffalo is a well-liked "city of friendly neighbours" because to its delicious cuisine and fiercest NFL football fan population.

Binghamton

Binghamton is a great area to raise a family due to its various schools and active community.

Glens Falls

Glens Falls, with a population of around 14,300, is a walkable city that is large enough to not be boring yet small enough to have a small-town atmosphere. 

Monroe and Highland Falls are the two most populous suburbs of the cosmopolitan metropolis with a liberal orientation. 

Orange County

Albany-Saratoga

Albany, the state capital of New York, is a historic city with records dating back over four centuries

Dutchess County

Dutchess County, with a population of over 300,000, is a very attractive area to reside. Spackenkill, Arlington, and Myers Corner are the locations with the highest-rated schools.

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