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Old 04-22-2009, 08:06 PM
 
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MADRID, SPAIN PART II
This time classified by building type!

Attached houses (outside of large cities, attached houses in Spain are predominantly inhabited by the upper middle class, though in some outer-suburbs and less desirable inner-suburbs, they are inhabited by the middle class.)

Las Rozas: madrid spain - Google Maps

Majadahonda: madrid spain - Google Maps

Pozuelo de Alarcón: madrid spain - Google Maps

Fuenlabrada: madrid spain - Google Maps

Parla: madrid spain - Google Maps

Rivas: madrid spain - Google Maps

Detached houses (outside of large cities, detached houses in Madrid tend to be inhabited by upper-income people. Spanish metro areas are very dense, so single-family, detached homes with land are thought to be a luxury.)

Arganda del Rey: madrid spain - Google Maps

Coslada: madrid spain - Google Maps

La Moraleja: madrid spain - Google Maps

San Sebastián de los Reyes: madrid spain - Google Maps

Colmenar Viejo: madrid spain - Google Maps

Las Rozas: madrid spain - Google Maps

Apartment blocks (these vary widely. Outside of large cities, as a generality, the older suburban apartment blocks tend to house the working class and newer suburban apartment blocks tend to house the middle class.)

Pozuelo de Alarcón: madrid spain - Google Maps

Móstoles: madrid spain - Google Maps

Alcorcón: madrid spain - Google Maps

Leganés: madrid spain - Google Maps

Getafe: madrid spain - Google Maps

Alcobendas: madrid spain - Google Maps


Historic town centers (So I know this isn't a buidling type, but I just wanted to show some attached houses and small apartment buildings in the historic centers of the suburban towns.)

Alcobendas: madrid spain - Google Maps

Coslada: madrid spain - Google Maps

Fuenlabrada: madrid spain - Google Maps

Getafe: madrid spain - Google Maps

Aravaca: madrid spain - Google Maps

San Fernando de Henares: madrid spain - Google Maps
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Old 04-26-2009, 07:12 PM
 
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West Palm Beach, FL:

N Mangonia Cir, West Palm Beach, FL, - Google Maps

Lake Worth, FL

24 S D St, Lake Worth, FL, - Google Maps

Coral Terrace, FL

SW 24th St, Miami, FL - Google Maps
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Old 04-26-2009, 07:48 PM
 
Location: Teaneck, NJ
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Umm, i idk why my maps were deleted, they were on topic and they showed google map links.. Annoying, i tell ya.
If you deleted my post because you thought it wasn't a burb, well you're wrong, Newark is a burb of NYC, a city in the Metro... A big city in a metro none the less, but considered a suburb of NYC
I'll just do it again

Newark, NJ

Upper Middle Class sections of Newark
Just East of Branch Brook Park
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Newark, NJ - Google Maps

Middle to lower middle Class sections
Lower Broadway Section
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
7th Ave Section (where i grew up)
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Ironbound Section
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Weequahic Section
Newark, NJ - Google Maps


Grittier sections of Newark
West Newark
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Roseville Section
Newark, NJ - Google Maps
Clinton Hill Section
Newark, NJ - Google Maps

__________________________________________________ _________________________
Where I'm moving in 1 more week

Teaneck, NJ


Middle class
Lindenburgh Section (where i'm moving)
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...00000000000012
Liberty Road Section
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...99999999999982

Lower Middle Class (still nice)
West of Argonne Park
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...00000000000011

The map only shows half the town using street view
so i couldn't show you guys the upper middle class section or the more lower middle class sections

Last edited by Newarkbomb; 04-26-2009 at 08:07 PM..
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Old 04-26-2009, 09:27 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Originally Posted by Newarkbomb View Post
Newark is a burb of NYC, a city in the Metro... A big city in a metro none the less, but considered a suburb of NYC
Wha?????? Newark is one of the oldest cities in America.
NWK & NYC were once direct competitors (albeit, a very, very long time ago).
Newark is an independent city in every sense of the word. It has its own suburbs for Christ sake.
It is most certainly in the sphere of the influential NYC, but never, ever a suburb.
Newark did not grow out of NYC, but next to it.
As a former Newark resident, you should take pride in that.
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Old 04-26-2009, 09:41 PM
 
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..But today Newark functions as a suburb of NYC. Many people live in Newark and commute to work in NYC and in suburban towns to the north, south, and west. Besides Prudential, the City of Newark, and Rutgers University, there isn't even a huge employment base. You are correct that Newark was and is an independent city, but I have no problem with pictures of Newark in this thread about the suburbs, because honestly, much of Newark is rather suburban in nature.

To avoid the moderators closing this thread, let's try not to argue about this. It's only about Street View links, after all.
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Old 03-22-2010, 06:50 AM
 
Location: Lancaster, TX
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DALLAS-FORT WORTH SUBURBS

Affluent/Upper Class
Highland Park, TX
Southlake, TX
(West) Plano, TX
DeSoto, TX (Frost Farms)
Westover Hills, TX

Upper Middle Class
Flower Mound, TX
Keller, TX
Dalworthington Gardens, TX
Murphy, TX

Middle Class
Mesquite, TX (Palos Verdes Estates)
Cedar Hill, TX (High Pointe)
Euless, TX
Duncanville, TX
Lewisville, TX

Lower Middle Class
Balch Springs, TX
Haltom City, TX

Lower Class
Wilmer, TX
Cockrell Hill, TX

LANCASTER, TX (My Suburb)
Pleasant Run Estates (Middle to Upper Middle)
Boardwalk (Middle)
Wellington Park (Middle)
Meadow Creek Estates (Middle)
Millbrook (Middle)
Lancaster North Estates (Middle)
Pebblebrook (Lower Middle to Middle)
Clear Springs Addition (Lower & Lower Middle)
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Old 03-23-2010, 05:19 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington
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Portland, Oregon suburbs


Lower Middle Class

1406 NE 65th St, Vancouver, WA - Google Maps

NW John Olsen Ave, Hillsboro, OR - Google Maps


Middle Class

2377 NW Oak Knoll Pl, Beaverton, OR - Google Maps

2194 SW 217th Pl, Aloha, OR - Google Maps

308 Madison St, Oregon City, OR - Google Maps

516 SW 27th Way, Troutdale, OR - Google Maps

16842 SE Davidoff Way, Damascus, OR - Google Maps


Upper Class

SW E ave and 8th St, Lake Oswego, OR - Google Maps

Wildwood Dr and Rawhide St, West Linn, OR - Google Maps

13046 Knaus Rd, Lake Oswego, OR - Google Maps
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