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Old 09-26-2017, 02:56 PM
 
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Silver Spring, MD 76,716
Ridiculous how the census messed with the CDP and chopped the numbers, if you count all the areas that use a Silver Spring mailing address that's +/- 200k
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Old 10-10-2017, 02:20 AM
 
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Default Bay Area

San Jose - 1.02m
San Francisco - 864k
Oakland - 420k
Fremont - 233k
Santa Rosa - 175k
Hayward - 158k
Sunnyvale - 152k
Concord - 128k
Santa Clara - 125k
Berkeley - 121k
Vallejo - 121k
Fairfield - 114k
Antioch - 110k
Richmond - 109k
Daly City - 106k
San Mateo - 103k
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Old 10-10-2017, 02:42 PM
 
Location: Mt. Airy
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Philly has 4.5+ million in its burbs and none over 100K mostly because all the towns/townships outside are very small area wise


not sure this is much more then which metro has the most large area municipalities
I think this is a good thing TBH. Smaller suburbs with walkable downtowns close to other walkable suburbs with downtowns connected by train.

Rarely do I come across a great suburb that's huge. It usually either means it's a gigantic county full of sprawl or a city in its own right that is just ok because the larger city steals many of the offerings.
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Old 10-10-2017, 03:41 PM
 
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Los Angeles probably has the most:

100K+ cities in the CSA:

LA MSA
Los Angeles (3,792,621)
Long Beach (462,257)
Anaheim (336,265)
Santa Ana (324,528)
Irvine (258,386)
Glendale (191,719)1
Huntington Beach (189,992)
Santa Clarita (176,320)
Garden Grove (170,883)
Lancaster (156,633)
Palmdale (152,750)
Pomona (149,058)
Torrance (145,438)
Pasadena (137,122)
Orange (136,416)
Fullerton (135,161)
El Monte (113,475)
Downey (111,772)
Costa Mesa (109,960)
Inglewood (109,673)
West Covina (106,098)
Norwalk (105,549)
Burbank (103,340)

Inland Empire:
Riverside (313,673)
San Bernardino (213,708)
Fontana (201,812)
Moreno Valley (193,365)
Rancho Cucamonga (165,269)
Ontario (163,924)
Corona (152,374)
Victorville (115,903)
Murrieta (103,466)
Temecula (100,097)

Ventura MSA:
Oxnard (199,943)
Thousand Oaks (127,984)
Simi Valley (125,814)
Ventura (108,787)

That is amazing.
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