GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Grand Rapids is adding another honor to its list of titles.
The city has made it onto Forbes Magazine’s list of America’s Most Affordable Cities for 2014. Grand Rapids ranked seventh on the list, based on population (774,160 people), the Housing Opportunity Index ( 85.1) , which measures housing affordability, and a cost-of-living index (97.6), which factors in food, utilities, gas, transportation, medical expenses and other daily costs. Cities with an index number below 100 are below the national cost-of-living average.
Buffalo, NY took the top spot. Warren, MI ranked 10, and Detroit tied with Toledo, OH for 11th place.