Features that make Madison very attractive to live
Madison is one of the most attractive cities to live in the US and featured recently by Livability residential resource company as among the top 100 places to stay in America. This took into account factors like income, infrastructure, hospitals and schools and how residents could access them.
With a steady stream of potential homeowners interested in buying a home especially in the Downtown area of the city, there are several new housing projects underway including the Marling Apartments Madison WI, which are completed and ready for possession.
The best way to find the suitable property is to speak to any Madison Downtown realtor and they will be able to apprise you of the best projects in town.
There are a wide variety of condos for sale in Madison, WI, West Side, which caters to a variety of budgets and preferences of buyers.
Some of the features that make Madison the ideal place to live are as follows:
A boom in the housing development in the downtown area: Young professionals between the ages of 20-30 are moving into rental apartments that have mushroomed all over the downtown Madison area. A large majority of the development projects of the city focussed on the construction of new apartments and housing units. A large number of private sector companies offering employment have fuelled the demand for Madison WI condos for sale.
An exciting cultural hub: The city is a cultural hub popular for its music, art, and food and offers fabulous restaurants, festivals and a number of food cooperatives etc. Various annual events and festivities like the Great Taste of the Midwest, Art Fair etc. all of which celebrate the cities art and cultural scene. There are a number of popular music events with Madison having among the largest number of rock shows in this part of the US. The concert ticket prices are also among the cheapest around.
Amazing natural beauty with a host of outdoor activities: One of the most popular spots in town is State Street, which is the downtown area for entertainment, shopping, and eating. Flanked on either side by the stunningly beautiful Lakes Monona and Mendota, the street features two prominent landmarks of Madison, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Wisconsin State Capitol Building. Five lakes in the city offer a plethora of recreational activities including boating and fishing. There is the sprawling University of Wisconsin Arboretum that feature 20 miles of nature trails. Being in the north of the US has its advantages with easy access to ski resorts that are a drive away.
The greenest city: Madison was named the greenest city in the US by Nerdwallet, which rated the city highly in terms of the number of parks and air quality. This included the fact that there are fewer cars and more bicycles and the city’s 200 miles of biking and hiking trails. The city has also been applauded for its many green jobs and eco-friendly architecture, which feature LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified venues and buildings.