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While we're at it, let's look at industrial space.

From Colliers

http://www.colliers.com/Content/Repositori...ights2Q2004.pdf

Chicago - 1,046,050,000

Los Angeles - 723,575,000

Toronto - 652,879,000

Dallas - 624,625,000

Atlanta - 500,531,000

Detroit - 442,231,000

NJ (North) - 422,470,000

Philadelphia - 415,016,000

Houston - 388,019,000

Cleveland - 336,307,000

Bonus

Miami - 192,306,000

Tampa - 174,703,000

Orlando - 107,445,000

Fort Lauderdale - 94,022,000

Jacksonville - 82,135,000

West Palm - 44,081,000

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While we're at it, let's look at industrial space.

From Colliers

http://www.colliers.com/Content/Repositori...ights2Q2004.pdf

Chicago - 1,046,050,000

Los Angeles - 723,575,000

Toronto - 652,879,000

Dallas - 624,625,000

Atlanta - 500,531,000

Detroit - 442,231,000

NJ (North) - 422,470,000

Philadelphia - 415,016,000

Houston - 388,019,000

Cleveland - 336,307,000

Bonus

Miami - 192,306,000

Tampa - 174,703,000

Orlando - 107,445,000

Fort Lauderdale - 94,022,000

Jacksonville - 82,135,000

West Palm - 44,081,000

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Wow. It's pretty impressive that Toronto ranks #3 considering we're quite a bit further down on the metro population list (I assume this is by metro). Obviously industrial space itself does not usually make for interesting, vibrant, attractive urban areas, but it is interesting from an economic standpoint.

I guess it's also not surprising that the 401 is reputedly the world's busiest highway, as much of Toronto's office space is located just off to the side of the highway.

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Wow. It's pretty impressive that Toronto ranks #3 considering we're quite a bit further down on the metro population list (I assume this is by metro). Obviously industrial space itself does not usually make for interesting, vibrant, attractive urban areas, but it is interesting from an economic standpoint.

I guess it's also not surprising that the 401 is reputedly the world's busiest highway, as much of Toronto's office space is located just off to the side of the highway.

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Montreal just missed the cut as well, which suprised me.

Other suprises were Cleveland and LA. I never think of LA as being an industrial city. A lot of it I'm sure is transportation and storage based.

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The article from that link doesn't say.

I was suprised about that too lakelander.

I would be interested to see some other cities- Southern or otherwise.

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