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In its initial ask, Amazon told candidate cities it was looking to build in a city of 1 million residents with easy access to mass transit, close proximity to an international airport, a diverse metro population and attractive recreational opportunities.
3 percent, consisting of more than half a million households, representing a quarter of the metro population, data from the study showed.
Consequently, raw measures of average population density that divide total metro population by total land area can be highly misleading.
When it was discovered that the Roanoke Valley lagged behind the rest of the country with only 8% of the metro population having access to fiber networks (compared to the national average of 24%), a task force was formed to develop specific recommendations that would make the Roanoke Valley a better place to live and work.
Known as the Apple Capital of the World, the city of about 31,000 has a metro population of 110,000.
Non-metro population has grown more slowly than metro population since the mid-1990s, and the gap has widened considerably in recent years.
New York, with the nation's largest metro population of 19.
This will bring TDECU up to 30 branches in 2012 and because of branch locations, our FOM will cover all of Houston, with a metro population over three million.
Touring the clinic, which occupies two humble, low-rise buildings in a non-descript neighborhood in that town of about 14,000 people (though with a broadly defined metro population of nearly 10 times that size), was a real experience.
Charlotte, with a metro population of 900,000, is among the few cities of its size to avoid a devastating housing bubble.

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