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  1. Wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were about medium size metro area's with nice skylines. Personally, I've been to about all the mid and large metropolitan areas in the US. Hovering around the 1.3 Million mark in MSA, my vote goes to Tulsa Oklahoma. A rather large downtown with two 50+ story skyscrapers and a few 40s and 30s.
  2. Springfield / Branson Missouri Combined MSA Largest city / Springfield Other cities Nixa / Ozark / Republic / Branson / Marshfield / Willard / Bolivar / Battlefield Area • Total 3,021 sq mi (7,820 km2) Population (2014 estimates) • Total 537,631 • Rank 84th in the U.S. Historical population Census Pop. %± 1960 126,274 — 1970 152,929 21.1% 1980 207,704 35.8% 1990 240,593 15.8% 2000 368,374 53.1% 2010 520,589 41.3% Est. 2014 537,631 3.3% The Springfield-Branson, Missouri Combined Metropolitan Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of seven counties in southwestern Missouri, anchored by the city of Springfield - the state's third largest city. Other primary population centers in the metro area include Branson, Nixa, Ozark, Republic, Marshfield, Bolivar, and Willard. Currently, the city limits of Springfield reach the Ozark City limits at the Christian County line on US 65, the city limits of Republic at James River Freeway on the southwest side of the city, and the Strafford city limits on Route 744 on the northeast side of the city. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 520,589, though the 2014 Estimates place the population at 537,631. Springfield and its suburbs are experiencing another large growth spurt similar to the one from the 2001 to 2010 time frame that put the area on the list of the fastest growing US metropolitan areas. New Shopping centers, education opportunities, job and industry growth, revampt city transit and historical value make Springfields urban sprawl a eye catcher and an appealing choice for relocation. Northwest Arkansas is located in USA Northwest ArkansasNorthwest Arkansas States Arkansas Missouri Largest cities Fayetteville Springdale Rogers Bentonville Other Municipalities Bella Vista Elm Springs Siloam Springs Area • Total 3,213.01 sq mi (8,321.7 km2) Population (2013) • Total 513,559 [1] (105th) • Density 153/sq mi (59/km2) Northwest Arkansas (NWA, officially designated by the United States Census Bureau as the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan Statistical Area) includes Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, and Bentonville, the third, fourth, eighth and tenth largest cities in Arkansas. These cities are located within Benton and Washington counties; NWA also includes Madison County in Arkansas and McDonald County, Missouri, per the Census Bureau definition. As per the 2014 United States Census Bureau estimates, NWA is the 105th largest metropolitan statistical area in the United States (513,559 residents)[2] and the 23rd fastest growing in the US. The MSA covers 3,213.01 sq mi (8,322 km2), located within the Boston Mountains and Springfield Plateau subsets of The Ozarks. Northwest Arkansas doubled in population between 1990 and 2010. Growth has been driven by the three Fortune 500 companies based in NWA: Walmart Stores, Inc., Tyson Foods, and J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., as well as over 1,300 suppliers and vendors drawn to the region by these large businesses and NWA's business climate. The region has also seen significant investment in amenities, including the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Walmart AMP, and the NWA Razorback Regional Greenway.
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