List of edge cities

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This is a list of edge cities by urban area. An edge city is an American term for a concentration of business, shopping, and entertainment outside a traditional downtown (or central business district) in what had previously been a residential or rural area.

Asia[edit]

China[edit]

Shanghai[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Kuala Lumpur[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Seoul[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Istanbul[edit]

Australia[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

•Edgecumbe

Australia[edit]

Sydney[edit]

Adelaide[edit]

  • North Adelaide

Melbourne[edit]

Brisbane[edit]

Europe[edit]

England[edit]

London[edit]

France[edit]

Mulhouse[edit]

Paris[edit]

Toulouse[edit]

Italy[edit]

Rome[edit]

Spain[edit]

A Coruña[edit]

Madrid[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

Montreal[edit]

Ottawa[edit]

These are all within the city limits of Ottawa.

Toronto[edit]

Vancouver[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Monterrey[edit]

Guadalajara[edit]

Mexico City[edit]

United States[edit]

Most of the following edge cities in the United States are named in Joel Garreau's Edge City: Life on the New Frontier.[5] The edge cities not included in the book either developed after 1991, were not mentioned, or qualify by other definitions.[6]

Atlanta[edit]

Austin[edit]

Baltimore[edit]

Boston[edit]

Charlotte[edit]

Chicago[edit]

Cincinnati[edit]

Cleveland[edit]

Dallas–Fort Worth[edit]

Denver[edit]

Detroit[edit]

Fort Lauderdale[edit]

Grand Rapids[edit]

Houston[edit]

Indianapolis[edit]

Kansas City[edit]

Los Angeles[edit]

Memphis[edit]

Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood[edit]

Milwaukee[edit]

Nashville[edit]

Orlando[edit]

Phoenix[edit]

Philadelphia[edit]

Pittsburgh[edit]

Portland, Oregon[edit]

Raleigh/Durham[edit]

Richmond[edit]

Sacramento[edit]

Salt Lake City[edit]

San Antonio[edit]

San Diego[edit]

Seattle[edit]

St. Louis[edit]

Tampa/St Petersburg[edit]

Virginia Beach/Norfolk/Newport News[edit]

References[edit]