Monday, 27 July 2015

US MSAs urban vs suburban growth (2000-2010) - Part 4

In part 3 of this series I looked at how much the urban cores of the biggest American metro areas grew between 2000 and 2010, with urban cores that were defined primarily by 1960 population densities. Partly to show how well this methodology matches up to what people would subjectively consider the urban cores, I posted images  of what the boundaries were for the urban cores of the 10 biggest MSAs.

Now here are images for 10 more MSAs, this time showing the urban cores that experienced the most growth (and were not already shown in the previous post).

Again, the labels on the images show:

Urban core net growth (ranking)
Urban core % growth (ranking)
Urban core growth relative to the MSA's 2000 population (ranking)

Seattle - it's the MSA where urban core grew the most relative to the size of the MSA.

San Francisco and San Jose


San Diego


Riverside-San Bernardino



Tampa Bay

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