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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Announces Top Booming Suburbs in Best Places to Live Ranking

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Interesting Facts about the Top 10 Booming Suburbs

1. Cottage Lake, Wash. (Suburb of Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue / King County)
Growth in Employed Persons: 3.5 percent
Average Commute Time: 30 minutes

Resembling an idyllic “Leave It to Beaver” setting, situated on a beautiful lake, this unincorporated suburb hosts many individual IT, finance, insurance, medical and biotechnology firms, but also benefits from nearby Internet, retail and other corporate headquarters in downtown Seattle. The area is also a big proponent of sustainability and the wine-making and agritourism industries.

2. Prairieville, La. (Suburb of Baton Rouge / Ascension County)
Growth in Employed Persons: 2.7 percent
Average Commute Time: 30 minutes

Prairieville, La., is one of the fastest growing areas in the state, with more than 25 specialty chemical and petrochemical flagship plants clustered along the Mississippi River. With more reciprocal industries populating the town and forming an individual supply chain for products, it captures a strong resident labor force specializing in manufacturing, education, health and social services.

3. Fruit Cove, Fla. (Suburb of Jacksonville / St. Johns County)
Growth in Employed Persons: 3.6 percent
Average Commute Time: 30 minutes

The charming suburb of Fruit Cove, Fla., is home to some of the most unique small companies, corporate businesses and specialty shops. As an unincorporated suburb, it is home to diverse industries of finance and insurance, healthcare, educational services, professional, scientific and technical services and construction, and keeps to its roots of retaining a small town feel.

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