Hotel Congress

Christopher Blancarte, left, and Peter Borquez outside Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson on July 12, 2016.

Like it or not, Tucson has become something of a hipster hotspot.

Although it may not rank up there with Portland, Tucson has been named one of the "hippest cities in the US everyone under 30 wants to move to," according to MSN.

MoveHub, a website that helps people decide where to live, created a U.S. Hipster Index and ranked cities based on several factors that make them appealing to millenials, including the density of tattoo parlors, vegan stores, microbreweries, and thrift stores, as well as any increases in rent.

Given those factors, it shouldn't be surprising that Tucson made it into the top 20, coming in at number 14.

Other cities on the list include Vancouver, Knoxville and Orlando.

Check out the article here to learn more about the Hipster Index and why Tucson ranked so high.