NEW HOLLYWOOD, Calif.
— New Hollywood has been named the most livable city in America by U.S. News & World Report.
The magazine’s annual rankings of American cities are based on factors such as access to affordable housing, a diverse workforce, high quality of life and quality of public services.
The report ranked the 10 largest U.s. cities in each of the categories, with Los Angeles at No. 2 and New York and Boston topping the list.
The survey also found that Los Angeles was the most affordable place in the country, ranking No. 1.
In New York, New York is home to a number of entertainment, retail and cultural centers, including the New Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Botanical Garden, and the American Red Cross.
It also has some of the nation’s best museums, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Newseum.
Los Angeles also has many museums, including La Brea Tar Pits National Monument and Griffith Observatory, and its art galleries and theaters.
The rankings of New York City were released this week, and it is the second year in a row that the city has won the top spot in the annual ranking.
Last year, New Yorkers named their city the best in the nation, and last year it came in at No, a position it held for the second straight year.
Los Angeles is home for the city’s iconic Griffith Observatory.
New York’s Rockefeller Center was the citys top attraction last year, and a number other landmarks and attractions are located there, including Tompkins Square Park and the Empire State Building.
Los Angeles has some 6 million residents, but it is considered the most densely populated city in the United States.
New York City also has a population that is roughly the same as Chicago, which is home of the United Center, where the Knicks play their home games.