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Old 09-22-2008, 09:52 PM
 
Location: Central Iowa - Ankeny
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lol 14 million ppl in DFW?
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Old 09-22-2008, 10:04 PM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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wow ok i find this on City Mayors: World's largest urban areas in 2020 (1) gosh i not a punk by the way you are lack infomation let me help you out in 2020 miami is going be 48 in the world msa staus that means 4 in usa by msa miami plus miami is number 2 in the world etc with skyscapers all with those big plans so that growth will pass texas big cites metro City Mayors: World's largest urban areas in 2020 (1) so do the math punk 2030 miami have bigger growth as a preditctions miami going pass other cites with world class points i see it i known others cites doing there plans get some of world class like as a example dubai city planner i have two company that i work on its not poplaur but its going be forbes company soon before 20 years i have vision of it i know you have one also lol haaa
I'm very sorry. But Miami can build all the scrapers it wants. It cannot keep up with the growth that DFW and Houston has sustained in the last 18 years.

In 2000, the metro are populations for the three areas were.
1. DFW 5,161,520
2. Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 5,007,998
3. Houston 4,715,402

In as little as 7 years, this is how the the three areas look now
1. DFW 6,145,037
2. Houston 5,628,101
3. Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 5,413, 212

Nearly 1 million people moved to DFW in 7 years. Just under 900,000 moved to Houston in that same time span. Barely over 400,000 has moved to Miami with the new scrapers and all. It doesn't compare. Now, unless 80,000 people will fit in each of those skyscrapers being built in Miami, it has no chance to pass DFW or Houston. DFW has widened the gap and Houston will begin to do the same. Washington DC and Atlanta will surpass Miami within the next 5 years or sooner. Miami is growing. But not as fast as these cities.
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Old 09-22-2008, 10:15 PM
 
Location: Albuquerque, NM - Summerlin, NV
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wow ok i find this on City Mayors: World's largest urban areas in 2020 (1) gosh i not a punk by the way you are lack infomation let me help you out in 2020 miami is going be 48 in the world msa staus that means 4 in usa by msa miami plus miami is number 2 in the world etc with skyscapers all with those big plans so that growth will pass texas big cites metro City Mayors: World's largest urban areas in 2020 (1) so do the math punk 2030 miami have bigger growth as a preditctions miami going pass other cites with world class points i see it i known others cites doing there plans get some of world class like as a example dubai city planner i have two company that i work on its not poplaur but its going be forbes company soon before 20 years i have vision of it i know you have one also lol haaa

You sound like a little kid dude, and the city mayors website is always wrong it always has been.. i dont really care if miami builds 1,000 skyscrapers, that dont prove **** mister hyper... Calm down even Albuquerque's metro had bigger growth, i think i should know urban planning is my major i study stuff like that everyday! anyways, DFW will be one of americas fastest growing with along another 20 metros and miami's is 19th so not a very big population booom...
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Old 09-22-2008, 10:18 PM
 
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ATL won't get that big unless they do something about the PT
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Old 09-23-2008, 09:53 AM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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Um, actually Northern California's mega region is going to be 3rd. By 2050, there are going to be 24 Million people within 100 miles of San Francisco and guess what? The Bay Area will be the prinicipal job source for the entire region so the region is on a crash course with consolidation.

There are other mega regions but this one is the most likely to actually become a single Metro Area.

According to SPUR in conjunction with the CA Dept of Finance

Population 2006
Entire MegaRegion :14 Million
Urbanized Core: 11 Million

Estimated Population 2050
Entire MegaRegion: 24 Million
Urbanized Core: 19.1 Million


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Old 09-23-2008, 12:49 PM
 
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miami going pass no matter what you say i use to work for cesus and plus that is right info you sound like 2 year old matter fact a one year old lol what city you work on
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Old 09-23-2008, 05:05 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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I'm very sorry. But Miami can build all the scrapers it wants. It cannot keep up with the growth that DFW and Houston has sustained in the last 18 years.

In 2000, the metro are populations for the three areas were.
1. DFW 5,161,520
2. Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 5,007,998
3. Houston 4,715,402

In as little as 7 years, this is how the the three areas look now
1. DFW 6,145,037
2. Houston 5,628,101
3. Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 5,413, 212

Nearly 1 million people moved to DFW in 7 years. Just under 900,000 moved to Houston in that same time span. Barely over 400,000 has moved to Miami with the new scrapers and all. It doesn't compare. Now, unless 80,000 people will fit in each of those skyscrapers being built in Miami, it has no chance to pass DFW or Houston. DFW has widened the gap and Houston will begin to do the same. Washington DC and Atlanta will surpass Miami within the next 5 years or sooner. Miami is growing. But not as fast as these cities.
Those are mind-boggling numbers. All the negatives the urabanist anti-sprawl crowd say about Dallas, Houston and Atlatna; they are blowing words out their a$$. Not one of them has an answer for that much inflow in such a short period of time. 1 million new residents over a span of 7 years is going to create sprawl, period!
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Old 09-23-2008, 05:29 PM
 
Location: Underneath the Pecan Tree
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miami going pass no matter what you say i use to work for cesus and plus that is right info you sound like 2 year old matter fact a one year old lol what city you work on
Miami isn't going to pass no one.
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:43 PM
 
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well miami has the plan go spawl dallas and going spill over miami way more space go miami 21 atl h-town going spawl and the huriccane miami has a future other ones miami blow all them out water miami just not call the majic city for nothin miami younger city but miami get ppl you kown why miami was going faster then those cities but ppl moved out it was to spawl miami that why miami get more urban and world class points city limts going change sooner or later well you check miami mayor said that miami not going be old miami use other city like chi-town and other cities miami pass world class stues miami top 6 and number 1 in south last debate ever one life is too short waste on bs talk

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Old 09-23-2008, 07:51 PM
 
Location: Houston
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well miami has the plan go spawl dallas and going spill over miami way more space go miami 21 atl h-town going spawl and the huriccane miami has a future what other ones miami blow all them out water miami just not call the majic city for nothin miami younger city but miami get pepole you why miami fater then those cities ppl moved out it was to spawl miami get more urban city limts going change sooner or later
i got a headache reading this
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