West Michigan is looking like a really great place to start a new business!

Last month Holland was named the No. 1 small city in the U.S. to start a business; Now out of 150 large cities, Wallethub has ranked Grand Rapids the No. 2 place to start a business in 2016, Fox 17 reports.

The personal finance website compared the cities across three key areas: Business environment, access to resources, and business costs.

Wallethub looked at 16 different metrics like office-space affordability, educational attainment of the local labor force, financing accessibility, and cost of living.

Grand Rapids came in at No. 2 in Wallethub’s 2016 Best Large Cities to Start a Business list!

The only other Michigan city to make the list was Detroit, coming in at No. 56.

Sioux Falls, South Dakota took the No. 1 spot overall.