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Old Posted Nov 20, 2019, 3:28 AM
liat91 liat91 is offline
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Originally Posted by Steely Dan View Post
No city belongs to its suburbs.

It's the other way around, hence the "sub" of suburb.
I got it, but sub burbanites see the main city as "their city", usually intertwined somewhat consistently with it's suburbs. San Francisco would probably be the only other example similar to New York's, but less so.

I guess you could say the metros with suburbanites that are aware of most notable areas of their central city would indicate better cohesiveness. I know people out here; 35 miles west of NYC that have no idea about Williamsburg, Union Square, Gramercy Park or even the East Village.
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