"Where have all the people gone?" Recent inconsistencies between population growth and housing development in suburban Chicago.
- Published Article
Urban affairs quarterly
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1984
"An examination of recent growth in suburban Chicago suggests that rates of population and housing increase tend to vary principally by age of housing, and secondarily by distance from the central city's business district. Population loss or small increases relative to housing gains typified the most centrally located older suburbs. Although much higher rates of population and housing increase characterized newer places, especially those between 21 and 30 miles from the CBD, their population gain was smaller than that accompanying comparably high levels of residential development in earlier periods."
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