Everyone has varying opinions of where your city is headed as far as development goes. Where is yours headed? Do you see more density? More urban sprawl? Where is it all going? Is it healthy? Or do you even care??
I definitely see that downtown condo trend nationwide. Even the smaller metro's are looking for that appeal to the younger crowd.nashville right now is going through a condo boom. although it may not be as huge as other cities have eperienced, it is huge for nashville and a city of this size. we have seen a resurgance in downtown, adding condos and population all the time now it seems. this is the trend we are seeing. nashville will only grow larger and more and more people are opting for urban living.
Generally, Tuscaloosa has a nice natural environment, but a very poor built environment. There are plans intended to improve the built environment, but unfortunately the natural environment is being sacrificed in the process, threatening to leave the city mediocre-at-best in both respects.Where is yours headed? Do you see more density? More urban sprawl? Where is it all going? Is it healthy? Or do you even care??
This is not a stab or anything, but I haven't been to Macon since seeing an aunt in prison there about 25 years ago. So I don't have any idea what's going on there. Thanks for the info.Macon Pop.100,000 & MSA over 379,000 is experiencing a lot of huge Commerical & residential developments to it's Downtown, North and South side of town gaining spawls from the over flow of Atlanta.
How has the storm affected the demographics? I haven't kept up.