America's Newest Hot Spots Are Not In The Sunbelt

Suburbs boom in the nation's new "low-SPF Sunbelt.
November 12, 2003, 6am PST | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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"These low-SPF hot spots are on the edge of older metropolitan areas such as Kansas City, Chicago and Philadelphia. They're growing because they have cheap, buildable land. They have many of the same prospects and problems as their cousins outside Phoenix or Atlanta. But they also have uneasy relationships with the rest of their regions, which aren't sharing in their success.

Thanks to Jennifer LeFurgy

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