The installation placed in the top 10 for resident satisfaction, according to Corvias Military Living, a private company that manages Fort Bragg's housing.
Fort Bragg was one of five Corvias-managed locations to make the top 10, according to the company. The others were Fort Rucker, Alabama; Fort Riley, Kansas; Fort Sill, Oklahoma; and Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
The rankings are based on the 2015 Headquarters Department of the Army Residential Communities Initiative Resident Survey.
The survey was conducted at 43 Army installations, with nearly 20,000 residents participating.
Fort Rucker had the highest satisfaction scores in the Army, Corvias said. Fort Bragg, meanwhile, was ranked as the 10th best installation by resident satisfaction.
"We're extremely honored to have received such praise from our residents and our installation teams deserve credit for their hard work," Chuck Parker, division president of Corvias Military Living, said in a release. "We're very eager to review the survey's findings to see how we can improve the service we provide to service members and their families, which remains our priority."
At the neighborhood level, several Fort Bragg communities also ranked highly, including Randolph Pointe, Linden Oaks and Normandy-Bastogne Gables.
According to Corvias, Randolph Point was the top-scoring neighborhood in the survey, with a 93.9 percent satisfaction rate among the 20 percent of residents participating in the survey.