MONEY Names Fishers, Indiana the #1 Best Place to Live in America

Not only did Fishers, Indiana make the list of Best Places to Live in America again, it took the top spot for the very first time. With promising opportunities for economic growth, and an abundance of boutiques, restaurants and entertainment as well as many other cultural festivities, there are numerous reasons why this city of 86,000 landed on top.

The journalists at MONEY stated:

“We chose to focus on towns with a population of 10,000 to 100,000, to avoid the biggest cities while shining a light on smaller towns and affordable suburbs. From that starting point, MONEY sifted through data at a granular level. We examined dozens of different variables that speak to the good life, including growing jobs, quality schools, cultural and recreational resources, and affordable homes. To help hone our search, MONEY teamed up with realtor.com to leverage its knowledge of housing markets throughout the country.”

Through their research, they evaluated eight categories:

  1. Cost of living
  2. The economy
  3. Education
  4. Housing
  5. Crime
  6. Convenience
  7. Cultural and recreational amenities
  8. Overall sense of pleasantness

Other cities that made the list of “Best Places to Live” include:

  • Allen, Texas
  • Monterey Park, California
  • Franklin, Tennessee (We build there too!)
  • Olive Branch, Mississippi
  • Dickinson, North Dakota
  • Lone Tree, Colorado
  • North Arlington, New Jersey
  • Schaumburg, Illinois
  • Bozeman, Montana
Drees currently offers several new home opportunities in Fishers:

Amberleigh Place

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Amberleigh Place is a small, tree-lined community featuring 10 home sites, nestled in a beautiful, established area close to the Geist Reservoir and a boat launch. This new home community offers residents great convenience with shopping, dining and highway access nearby. Not to mention, children will attend the outstanding Hamilton Southeastern Schools. Amberleigh Place is a Drees-exclusive community offering a variety of floor plans and the ability to customize. Home site opportunities include daylight basements and tree-lined views.

Belmont Place at Brooks Park

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Belmont Place at Brooks Park is a luxury new home community located off 96th street, just one mile east of Olio Road. Residents enjoy peaceful reflecting lakes, sidewalks, and a neighborhood amenity center with a pavilion, swimming pool, playground, and basketball court. Nearby family recreation can be found at Geist Reservoir, and you’re just moments away from prime shopping and entertainment venues.

The Ridge and The Bluffs at Flat Fork

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This beautiful Fishers community offers residents the opportunity to live in a gorgeous Drees home in a convenient location. You’ll appreciate the proximity to recreation at Cyntheanne Park and easy access to I-69 and Hamilton Town Center. Shopping, dining and the movies are just a short drive away! Families will enjoy the future amenity center at Flat Fork, which includes plans for a swimming pool, playground and recreation courts.

Ravinia

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At Ravinia, homebuyers can choose from a variety of gorgeous 1/2 acre home sites. Each home at this community will have a different exterior, giving you the opportunity to create your own unique Drees home inside and out. Ravinia is conveniently located near shopping, dining, and great Hamilton Southeastern Schools are nearby.

To learn more about new home opportunities in Fishers, contact Amy Wood, your New Home Specialist, or for more information about our new home communities located throughout the Indianapolis area, visit dreeshomes.com.

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