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The Best Places for an Architect to Live

When many people think of architects they think of professionals who are paid large salaries and are success any are they may work in. The reality is that these professionals are part of larger groups of professionals who are all considered to be creative professionals. These are professionals who used specialized learned skills in conjunction with their own creativity and imaginations. Some of these professionals include not just architects, but scientist, writers, entertainers, and even chefs.

All creative professionals need to live and work in areas which contribute to their success. Some of the elements are area needs to have for these professional to thrive include a healthy economy, a community growth, an healthy cultural community, and features which attract others to visit the area. Communities which also have a strong and active community in decision making and general participation are also great places for these professional to succeed. Below is a brief profile of the top three cities which have been ranked as being the best places for creative professionals to live and work.

Houston, Texas

For years this city was a large city which no one wanted to visit. For some time Houston faced the dilemma of being a city which had great name recognition and little more. While the city has always been full of great resources, there was just nothing happening to attract people to come and visit the area. This also made the city suffer from not being sought out by young people as a destination to move to and start their careers. Recently all of this has changed. The residents of Houston realized that they have a lot to offer the rest of the world. A recent resurgence of community involvement and the attraction of several major businesses to the area have caused a major revitalization of the area. Creative professionals who move here now are able to get on the ground floor of the development of and exciting and thriving major American city.

Raleigh, North Carolina

When people think of major cities of the south they may think of Raleigh, but it may be further down on their lists. All of this changing as Raleigh has begun to embrace its rich cultural heritage. The residents of this are have also made great strides in fusing modern life with the preservation of its historic aspects. The revitalization of several historical buildings and the development of many local industries have caused this area to boom recently. The area is doing all it can to actively seek out creative professionals to move into this vibrant city.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

While Colorado Springs may not be located near Denver, it is making great advancements to be another great Colorado city. There have been several great institutions which have long been established in Colorado Springs which have kept the community growing and string. One of these is the infamous military academy located here. Now the city has begun to grow more is starting to show signs of becoming a major American city.

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