you look at a map of Los Angeles, California, you will see that the
only area left for expansion is East of LA - The Antelope Valley. The
Lancaster and Palmdale areas are showing strong signs of new development
and a strong push eastward.
have the data to show that Los Angeles has the unstoppable population
growth and economics for expansion to new areas and will share that
upon request. Just consider that even when the economy is slow, builders
still need to build or they are out of business. They look for cheap
land to build on because cheap housing attracts new buyers. Developers
don't stop building stores and office buildings, but look for areas
where it is cheaper to build and population is moving in.
you look at corporations like Walmart and Target and see where they
are building new super stores, you will have a good idea of where the
population is moving to. New Government buildings, a massive import
distribution center - it all adds up to high growth in the Antelope
the areas of San Jose and Orange County, 25 to 30 years ago you could
buy land for $5,000, $10,000, or $20,000 an acre. Today, try and find
an acre there for less than $1 million! You can't.