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Particularly in the L.A. Basin, what you typically have is an arterial boulevard with stores and other businesses, while the side streets are condos or apartment houses at least a couple of blocks deep. The resulting citycape is still fairly low-profile, but those arterial streets go on for miles and miles. (Geographically, L.A. is much bigger than NYC, but in terms of where most of the people actually live, I can see how the population density could surpass NYC, particularly if we're looking at all five boroughs.
February 16, 2014 at 3:52 p.m.
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