Forget San Francisco, Washington D.C. and New York City.
This is a list for the rest of us twenty- and thirtysomethings who can't afford to spend $2,500 to live in a closet in Bushwick.
The Penny Hoarder has developed a definitive list of the top 25 coolest and most affordable cities for millennials. It's based on a rigorous analysis of housing and local price data, economic statistics and something called a Coffee Fanatic Score. Yes, you read that right.
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You probably haven't seen many of these cities on "Top Millennial City" lists before, and that's for good reason.
These are cities where young people crippled with student loan debt can actually find work and afford a one-bedroom apartment, but also find a new brewery or wine bar on weekends. Their millennial populations are growing — or already sizable — and they tend to be better for walking or biking to work.
Did your city make the list?