For years, thriving cities in coastal regions of the United States have become increasingly expensive to live in. As cities such as San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles and Seattle became more attractive, thanks to booming knowledge industries and falling crime, rents soared. And for almost as long, people have been hotly debating what…
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