Huntsville Al, is among the top growing cities in the country. Many factors or Keys to growth can be attributed to the growth of the city and the nation has taken notice. One website Livability.com ranks Huntsville as “Top 100 Best Places to Live”. Huntsville Alabama was actually ranked as #31.
Other highly respected websites like Forbes.com have Huntsville ranked well in several more categories. For one Forbes has Huntsville ranked #62 Best Places for Business and Careers. Forbes also ranks Huntsville, AL
- #152 in Cost of Doing Business
- #54 in Job Growth
- #52 in Education
Those rankings alone give Huntsville, AL a very appealing outlook for young or established business folk to flock to.
Some factors that weigh heavily on Huntsville, AL ranking so well is partially accredited to it’s strong history with the U.S. Space Missions. With a large number of Missile Defense and Aerospace contractors’ facilities anchored in Huntsville, Al the city is largely considered as the center of rocket propulsion research for the U.S.
Not to mention that Huntsville, AL is home to the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command as well as NASA’s Marshal Space Flight Center, where you can take tours and learn some of the intricacies this space center has to offer. Have a fancy to see the only Saturn V Rocket? It’s home is inside The U.S. Space and Rocket Center and is designated as National Historical Landmark.
Once your rocket has touched down in Huntsville, AL and you have realized what all this town really has to offer its time to take a look at some of the most diverse Historical homes in one city, that are listed on the Historical Register.
Huntsville AL has homes dating back to the early 1800’s. Historical homes in the Huntsville, AL are include homes from the Antebellum, Colonial, Greek Revival, Italianate, and also California Bungalow , Queen Anne along with other smaller more modest Victorian Home styles.