The oldest town in Idaho has apparently just become the hottest - in percentages, anyway.
Franklin, so close to the border with Utah that its first settlers - the creators of the first town in the state - thought they still were in Utah, is getting a new subdivision. Its population currently is a little above 600 (and actually growing a bit in recent years, unusual for small rural towns away from metro centers). Now, with a big new subdivision in the works, it looks likely to roughly double in size. (Credit to the namers of the development: Legacy Ranch.)
Think of another small town outside a metro or resort area doing that.