Most larger cities have a good side and a bad side. In the largest city of your area which is the better side of town? North or South?
Actually the west side of our town is nicer than the east.
Cause that's the side I live on
I picked north, but it's neither. The one west is nice all over, the one south is newer to the west. But downtown is nice, and that's east.
It would be the West side.
When I lived in MN... North Minneapolis is a disgusting crime riddled ghetto. Whites aren't safe there, especially after dark.
Well North is Lake Erie....
North Dallas is the better side.
The south end of Seattle is way better - because I don't have to go through the rest of the city to get to it. But really, there's no point in going at all unless you're going to the middle.
South Dallas is pretty torn up
Portland is divided east-west by the Willamette River. By nearly every measure the West side is the more desirable place to live and work.
Wichita doesn't have a genuine bad side. The affluent in the East tend to be a little haughty but the rest of Wichita varies in affluence and welcomes Walmart and Sam's.
Now that I live in Greeley, it's south to north. However, in Colorado Springs, it's more like a donut where all the bad resides in the middle.
South Denver is a lot of very rich neighborhoods (i.e. Cherry Hills Village where Peyton Manning lives)
I like Cherry Hills Village. I used to work in Littleton.
North Atlanta and South Atlanta hold very stark differences, even so they split the county into two.
definitely north Atlanta is nicer.
South Huntsville is very affluent and has many neighborhoods with million dollar homes. North has mostly public housing and crime.
No big city South of me.
I think you misread the question.
Houston's so expansive there really isn't a good nor better side. Sorry, dude.
North side here by far.
Both sides are good?
I'm not positive. I don't visit Salt Lake City a ton. But I have been to the north side and the south side for various reasons.