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I think with sufficient density and total people, jobs will appear.  Cities seem to be self-sustaining beyond around 150000 people (that's the point where it becomes possible to have small businesses able to start competing globally in the high tech industry for example).  So as long as they keep the density up, I think the gold coast will become another strong city.
by njh on Mon Oct 24th, 2011 at 05:59:08 AM EST
The Gold Coast's current population of 515,157* is expected to continue to grow by 13,000 to 16,000 people per year, so that by 2026 Gold Coast City will be home to over 730,000 residents.

Yeah, it's growing but recently because of this crisis prices of the properties are going slightly down and that tells us that it's going to slow down...I suppose.

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by vbo on Mon Oct 24th, 2011 at 08:12:10 PM EST
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