In Chicago, families can choose to stay in the area in newer and more spacious homes or condos, or live in adjacent areas where there are houses within reach financially.
“New York has seen its population move out to the suburbs,” Mah said. “Manhattan is expensive and space is limited. In Chicago, in contrast, there has been a great deal of residential development over the past 10 years or so.”
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Chicago and New York Chinatown's Face Different Dynamics
A Medill reports article looks at some of the differences between Chicago's Chinatown and New York's Chinatown: