Housing Follows The Trains
"Tired of the hassles of driving or drawn to a more urban lifestyle, people like Sayegh are helping fuel a housing boom near transit stations in Southern California and across the nation.
In Los Angeles County, more than $4 billion worth of new projects near subway or light-rail stations have either opened this year or are underway..."
According to a new study by the Oakland-based Center for Transit-Oriented Development, five metropolitan areas Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago are "the hottest markets for transit-oriented housing in the next 20 years."
Thanks to Chris Steins