Money's "Best Place to Live" Is Seriously Lacking in Place
O'Leary writes, "The entire town is made up of suburban sprawl, office parks, strip malls, and a big hulking indoor retail monstrosity known as Eden Prairie Plaza surrounded by acres of parking without a tree in sight. There is no sense of place in Eden Prairie. How, then, can it be one of the best places to live?"
Money credits the health of residents, the beauty of the surrounding countryside, and the low unemployment rate.