When you look at the growth numbers for cities like Boston, New York, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Raleigh, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., you realize just how fast they are growing compared to other U.S. cities. These cities aren’t growing fast just because they happen to be among the biggest in the United States when measured by growth in population or GDP. From what I have seen in my research for this year’s Market Planning Guide, it’s much more likely they have a ...

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