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Old 07-22-2018, 04:49 PM
 
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Outside of Boston and any City on the West Coast.

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Old 07-22-2018, 05:01 PM
 
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NYC, esp Queens, and surrounding areas of NJ. Chicago has a decent number, and Houston and Minneapolis/St. Paul have good numbers, esp from SE Asia ( Vietnam, etc)...

As you mentioned, Boston has seen considerable growth in this area...
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Old 07-22-2018, 05:16 PM
 
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Atlanta: Particularly in Johns Creek, Duluth, South Forsyth, Alpharetta, Suwanee, and Lilburn.

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Old 07-22-2018, 05:59 PM
 
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For a smaller community, Ithaca NY. City is about 17% Asian and it’s County/metro is 10% Asian. Out of 868 metro and micro areas according to 2010-2014, it was 13th in Asian percentage just behind NYC and just ahead of Fresno. It is second for areas outside of the West Coast in this regard.

Trenton NJ was 15th in metro Asian percentage(9.6%) and includes the Princeton area.

Champaign-Urbana IL(8.4%) and Ann Arbor MI(8.2%) were 18th and 19th.

So, places with a strong college presence are places to consider.

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Old 07-22-2018, 07:19 PM
 
Location: Rockville, MD
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For the larger metros I'd order them like so:
I'd put them in the following tiers (excluding the west coast):
1. NYC/Northern NJ, suburban DC (10-11%)
2. Houston, Boston, Vegas (7-9%)
3. Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago, Twin Cities (5-6.9%)
4. Detroit (< 5%)


These are the only large metros that a substantial Asian population that's not confined to just a couple of towns.

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Old 07-22-2018, 07:45 PM
 
Location: Rockville, MD
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For the larger metros I'd order them like so:
I'd put them in the following tiers (excluding the west coast):
1. NYC/Northern NJ, suburban DC (10-11%)
2. Houston, Boston, Vegas (7-9%)
3. Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago, Twin Cities (5-6.9%)
4. Detroit (< 5%)


These are the only large metros that a substantial Asian population that's not confined to just a couple of towns.
Here are the major Asian groups that are 1.0% or greater of each of the above metros' populations:
NYC: Chinese (4.0%), Indian (3.2%), Filipino (1.0%), Korean (1.0%)
DC: Indian (2.7%), Chinese (1.8%), Korean (1.3%), Vietnamese (1.2%), Filipino (1.0%)
Houston: Vietnamese (2.0%), Indian (1.9%), Chinese (1.4%)
Boston: Chinese (3.0%), Indian (1.8%)
Las Vegas: Filipino (5.3%), Chinese (1.6%)
Dallas: Indian (2.3%), Vietnamese (1.2%)
Philadelphia: Indian (2.1%), Chinese (1.3%)
Atlanta: Indian (2.0%)
Chicago: Indian (2.3%), Chinese (1.2%), Filipino (1.2%)
Twin Cities: Indian (1.1%) (most of the others are Hmongs- who are hill people who can be from a variety of nations)
Detroit: Indian (1.8%)
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Old 07-22-2018, 08:56 PM
 
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Some of these lists are a bit inconsistent to what the OP is asking.

Here are 2010 stats. I would presume 2020 will bring similar numbers...

Metropolitan Areas with the Highest Proportion of Asian Americans (2010 Census)[41]
Metropolitan Area Total population % of Asian Americans
Honolulu, HI MSA 953,207 43.9
San Francisco Bay Area 8,153,696 23.3
Greater Los Angeles Area 17,877,006 14.7
Sacramento/Yolo, CA CMSA 2,414,783 11.9%
Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area 4,274,767 11.4%
San Diego, CA MSA 3,095,313 10.9%
New York metropolitan area 23,076,664 9.9%
Baltimore-Washington (AA demographics) 7,608,070 9.3%
Greater Houston 5,920,416 6.5
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Old 07-23-2018, 08:56 AM
 
Location: Clemson, SC by way of Tyler,TX
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Some of these lists are a bit inconsistent to what the OP is asking.

Here are 2010 stats. I would presume 2020 will bring similar numbers...

Metropolitan Areas with the Highest Proportion of Asian Americans (2010 Census)[41]
Metropolitan Area Total population % of Asian Americans
Honolulu, HI MSA 953,207 43.9
San Francisco Bay Area 8,153,696 23.3
Greater Los Angeles Area 17,877,006 14.7
Sacramento/Yolo, CA CMSA 2,414,783 11.9%
Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area 4,274,767 11.4%
San Diego, CA MSA 3,095,313 10.9%
New York metropolitan area 23,076,664 9.9%
Baltimore-Washington (AA demographics) 7,608,070 9.3%
Greater Houston 5,920,416 6.5
Interesting. Always thought the Houston metro was larger than SF and DC.
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Old 07-24-2018, 10:02 AM
 
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Lawrenceville, GA or Atlanta in general has a lot of Asian people. Also a huge Indian population over in Morrisville, NC outside of Raleigh.
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Old 07-24-2018, 12:49 PM
 
Location: Katy,Texas
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Interesting. Always thought the Houston metro was larger than SF and DC.
It's larger than D.C when D.C is just by itself. It's only when you throw in nearby Baltimore is it smaller. Houston likely feels more expansive than the D.C area as the D.C Baltimore connection, while there isn't that strong IMO. It's only larger than the portion of the Bay Area focused on San Fran, but the entirety of the Bay Area is significantly larger than Houston.
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