Metropolitan areas in the Fourth Federal Reserve District also saw dramatic changes in their educational attainment rates near their central business districts
. In 1980, the central business districts
of Cincinnati, Columbus, and Pittsburgh all had educational attainment rates relatively close to their metropolitan average, so that die relative BA attainment ratio (BA rate within 5 miles/BA rate in metro) was close to one (table 1).
As noted, the commercial activity of the Central Business District
has moved to the nodes or suburbs.
As with other cities, Salt Lake's central business district
is going through historic changes.
A dedicated Airport Express Metro Service will run directly from the Central Business District
station, featuring in-town check-in and special train cars for checked-in luggage, he said.
However, new office stock within the central business district
is in short supply.
Land in the business areas became more valuable, and particularly in those constrained by topography like Manhattan and Chicago's loop, buildings became higher and higher: Central Business Districts
(CBDs) in embryo.
Cape Town's foreshore is one of the most unfortunate in the world, cut off from the city centre by a motorway and the doltish '60s towers of the Central Business District
. Now these are joined by a '90s addition which in its own way is equally gross and vulgar.
In taking a closer look at the Westchester commercial market, it's important to consider first the driver of the County, the White Plains Central Business District
The new building is located in the eastern area of Harare's central business district
, occupying nearly half a city block.