This year, Denver has copped the 10th spot. It has been rankedas high as second in the annual ranking by Fortune Magazine.


"With this prestigious survey reviewing close to 200 citiesannually, it is an honor to be consistently recognized as one ofthe Top 10 American cities," says Denver Mayor Wellington Webb. Themagazine ranks cities on quality of life and businessindicators.


"The dramatic turn-around of Denver's economic fortunes is seenby others as a national model," says Webb. "From a boom and bustmetropolis to a city of the future, the citizens of Denver shouldbe proud of our stature in the world." New York City has led thisyear's national ranking.

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