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Crain's reports Chicago is attracting more "young, well-off residents"

Crain's reports Chicago is attracting more "young, well-off residents"

Accordiing to Crain's Chicago Business, "Between 2010 and 2016, the city of Chicago gained more households in a key category—total income of more than $100,000 with the head of household under age 45—than any city in the country except for far larger New York, according to newly analyzed U.S. Census Bureau data." The news is tremendous as the city continues to attract new businesses and Silicon Valley's major players. Read more about the trend here.