Orlando Ranked Second Most Creative City!

Orlando Ranked Second Most Creative City!

Creativity is something highly valued in today’s society. Whether you’re finding new ways to present a product to the masses, writing the best screenplay ever, or capturing emotion with the movement of a paintbrush or violin bow, being creative can be lucrative and deeply satisfying. And it makes sense that creative types would want to stick together, right?

But where exactly are all these imaginative types congregating? Movoto Real Estate Blog set out to discover just that. They did a little creative, but numerical research, and were able to pin down the 10 most creative cities in the nation.

Those completely creative cities were:

1. San Francisco, CA
2. Orlando, FL (tie)
2. Portland, OR (tie)
4. St. Louis, MO
5. Atlanta, GA
6. Denver, CO
7. Seattle, WA
8. Cincinnati, OH
9. Pittsburgh, PA
10. Rochester, NY

Tied for second with Portland, Orlando might have been a bit of a surprise on this list. Well, except maybe to locals who already know just how creative this city is.

If you’re looking for art supplies for your next painting, we have the second most art supply stores per capita. If you’re an aspiring actor, we have the third most performing arts. Heck, if you’re just looking to improve your skills and learn more, we have the third most bookstores and the fifth most colleges and universities!

As far as making your experimental side into a career, our city can help out a ton. The fourth highest percent of workers in the country work in arts, entertainment, and recreation here, at a whopping 18 percent.

No matter if you hold a flute, a brush, a pen, or a microphone, there are just some cities that are better suited to the needs of a creator. After all, how better to improve your own creativity than to indulge in that of others around you? Well, if that’s what you’re after, don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced real estate agents to help find you that special, unique place that’s ideal for your goals, as an artist or otherwise.


Source: “These Are The 10 Most Creative Cities In America,” Movoto.com