Short Hills Ranked #6 Gay Ghetto
Short Hills, New Jersey was ranked sixth in the GLBT Gay Ghetto Top 10 based on their analysis of demographics and real estate sales data throughout the USA linking towns that are “most in vogue with the diverse GLBT community.”
Short Hills was tied with Dallas/Fort Worth
(Metuchen/Surrounding NJ was included…but for those not in the know, these two towns are too far enough apart and different to be grouped together…could they have meant Millburn?)
And I quote:
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX & Short Hills/Metuchen/Surrounding, NJ
Dallas/Fort Worth has a relatively young population, a steady economy, a low cost of living, and one of the biggest commercial fashion and furniture districts in the USA. The €œBig D is also big in terms of GLBT communities that can be found throughout the sprawling city with a high concentration along Greenville Ave., Cedar Springs Road, and Oak Lawn Avenue. The Dallas gay Mecca converges in the gorgeous historic Turtle Creek area €“ home to the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Dallas Theater Center. Neighboring Fort Worth is a smaller city with big city GLBT amenities including its own gay film festival and rodeo.
Short Hills/Metuchen/Surrounding Areas Natural and historical beauty, vibrant downtown venues that retain quaint charms but exceptionally innovative restaurants and shops, the nationally recognized Paper Mill Playhouse, a first-class school system, and easy commutes into the Big Apple all conspire to make this area a uniquely awesome place to live. These valuable features have not been lost on the GLBT community that thrives in this Victorian-era central New Jersey enclave of restored antique homes and outstanding real estate investment opportunities.
To read the full article: GLBT Gay Ghetto Top 10