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Old 09-22-2017, 02:45 PM
 
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Well in that case, my dual submission is Norfolk/VA Beach.
I guess this one is too tough to call, eh?
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Old 09-22-2017, 02:51 PM
 
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I disagree. While it's true that it's receiving a ton of spillover, there comes a certain point where an area stops functioning as a suburb, even if it's to the almighty NYC. In built form and function, Jersey City is hardly what one would call "suburban ". The state of New Jersey's tallest buildings are located in JC, as are many prominent financial and administrative institutions, enough so that JC is making a strong case of having surpassed Newark, the traditional secondary city of the metro and leader of the state. JC certainly isn't Yonkers or Nassau County or Greenwich in that regard. It's also too close to be an edge city or even a satellite city, imo, but I understand the hesitance to elevate JC above suburb status, given NYC's dominance.
JC is to NY what Arlington is to DC, ostensibly an extension of the core, but separated by a river and state border. Cambridge would be analogous were it not for the fact that itís in the same state and having Harvard and MIT give the city itís own gravity.
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Old 09-22-2017, 03:22 PM
 
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Wilmington, DE.
Warner Robins, GA.
Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Camden, NJ.
Trenton, NJ
Sandy Springs, GA.
I see it as the below, correct me if I'm wrong. Wilmington, DE. & Warner Robins, GA. - Satellite. Fort Lauderdale - 2nd Node. Camden & Trenton, Nj.- Satellite. Sandy Springs, GA- Edge City.
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Old 09-22-2017, 04:20 PM
 
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East Lansing, MI.
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