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Why Americans are saying 'yes' to this Texas city

Mediafeed Logo By Brian Boucher of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 17: Anyone who is interested in American cities, or the South, or real estate, or just great places to live, ought to be watching the sprawling Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex very closely.To give a few examples, The New York Times opinion writer Farhad Manjoo recently wrote, “Everyone’s moving to Texas,” and gave plenty of reasons why.Freakonomics podcaster Stephen Dubner flew in from Gotham to find out why for himself. (That trip, in turn, was inspired by the City Journal’s article “Big D is a Big Deal.”)And, from the halls of academe, the Kinder Institute for Urban Research proclaimed, “Dallas is poised to dominate America’s heartland.”Related: You could actually afford to live in these 15 American beach towns

Dallas–Fort Worth soon to be third-largest U.S. metro area

Anyone who is interested in American cities, or the South, or real estate, or just great places to live, ought to be watching the sprawling Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex very closely.

To give a few examples, The New York Times opinion writer Farhad Manjoo recently wrote, “Everyone’s moving to Texas,” and gave plenty of reasons why.

Freakonomics podcaster Stephen Dubner flew in from Gotham to find out why for himself. (That trip, in turn, was inspired by the City Journal’s article “Big D is a Big Deal.”)

And, from the halls of academe, the Kinder Institute for Urban Research proclaimed, “Dallas is poised to dominate America’s heartland.”

Related: You could actually afford to live in these 15 American beach towns

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