Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland, was settled in 1661 by European colonists. Once a major center for flour trade due to innovations in processing and development in the milling process, then the city that developed the first printing press and newspaper, the Baltimore of today is...

Boston

Boston has a long history, first settled in 1630 by Puritan colonists. The city quickly became the center of New England and the center of the American Revolution. Today, Boston is the 24th largest city in the U.S., home to 685,146 people. When you look at the larger...

Dallas

Once established as a trading post, Dallas became famous when oil was found in the area, making it the business center for oil in all of Texas and Oklahoma in the 1930’s. Since then, Dallas has grown to be the 9th largest city in the U.S., and the third largest in...

Fort Worth

Often touted as “Where the West Begins” Fort Worth has humble beginnings as one of eight forts set to protect settlers from Indian attacks on the new frontier. Known for its history in cattle trade, today “Cowtown” is a thriving city, currently the 13th largest in the...

Denver

When you think about hot areas in the country, Denver probably comes to mind. If you are a millennial—or even a member of Gen Z—you probably know someone who has moved to Denver in the last few years. For many, the climate, and progressive lifestyle, have drawn them...

Austin

The Austin of today is nearly unrecognizable from it’s past. In 1970, Austin had a population total of less than 400,000 people, making it the 78th largest metropolitan area in the United States. Today, there are 2.3 million people living in the Austin area, making it...