New York City might still have the largest economy of cities in the U.S., but two dozen other cities will grow at a faster rate in the next 16 years, according to a recent nationwide study.
Oxford Economics annual “Global Cities” report explores key economic trends across the world from now until 2035 and dishes rankings of the world’s largest and fastest-growing urban economies. With a projected annual output of $2.5 trillion, New York is and will still be the largest urban economy in the world in 2035, but many other cities will be growing at a faster rate, according to Oxford’s projections.
San Jose, California, is projected to have the fastest growing gross domestic product between 2019 and 2035, according to Oxford. Portland, Austin, Seattle and Charlotte follow up San Jose, respectively.
SEE THE LIST OF THE 25 FASTEST GROWING CITIES AT https://thinkrealty.com/report-reveals-fastest-growing-cities-next-16-years/