Miami is pretty much already out of land. There is a little bit left on the southern edge of the area around Homestead, but aside from that there's nothing left in Miami-Dade or Broward Counties. The only direction for growth (other than up) is stretching the area farther north. Miami all the way up to West Palm Beach is already one conjoined mass but its beginning to spread even farther north.hudkina said:Miami is probably the closest to running out of land. Assuming they don't allow the boundary to stretch further into the swamps.
It better not! :nono:chicagogeorge said:I would say Los Angeles, and Miami as well. L.A. is blocked by mountains in the north, desert in the west, and a military base in the south, but somehow I think they will find a way to sprawl towards San Diego.
SDfan said:It better not! :nono:
San Diego still has a lot of land, but pretty soon the only open land wil be in the military bases and mission trails park.
Doesn't San Angeles already exist? I've driven 5 from LA to San Diego a few times and never noticed a whole lot of undeveloped land.chicagogeorge said:Sorry,
San Angeles is inevitable
Just give it 20 years.
well were running out of land,parking and parking lots .ScraperDude said:Also Miami has plentiful surface lots that can accomidate.
Try several thousand.mvasquez said:The Texas metros all have a few hundred miles left for them to branch out...