Steve Rose

October 12, 2013 5:00 PM

The death of suburbia is greatly exaggerated

“The End of the Suburbs” is a catchy book title, but at least in Johnson County, sprawl is very much on the drawing board for the foreseeable future. After 2025, with a dearth of children, things may change dramatically. But for now, those who know our market best are betting on continued growth.

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