Munster, IN

Population: 23,103 livability score shield

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  • Munster has a Livability Score of 88/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Munster crime rates are 42% lower than the Indiana average
  • Cost of living in Munster is 23% higher than the Indiana average
  • Munster real estate prices are 68% higher than the Indiana average
  • Rental prices in Munster are 40% higher than the Indiana average

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      Munster, Indiana and it's Urban Beauty
      Attractions10/10
      Community8/10
      Nightlife8/10
      Dining8/10
      Shopping7/10
      The beauty about living in Munster, Indiana is it's reputation for its Urban Lifestyle! The town provides lots of opportunity for shopping, is only about 45 minutes from Chicago, located not too far from Lake Michigan, and has a reputation as family-oriented. Most families that live in Munster, Indiana are a part of the middle class leaving the town a fairly thriving town.

      Some of the best areas in Munster include Three Floyds brewery and the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. If you're in to theater and the arts, the Performing Arts Center may be great for an out-on-the town fun day. However, the best way to follow up any night though would be to stop at Three Floyds. This brewery is famous and well recognized for it's unique ales.

      The weekend is a great time to drive up to Chicago and experience the city life. In the Summers the Navy Pier is a fun place to visit. One of the most relaxing things to do in the Summer is to visit Lake Michigan and relax on the sand.
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      Source: The Munster, IN data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).