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Housing plots at Brøndby

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To combine management of the available space with security and comfort, the building plots at Brøndby, on Copenhagen’s southwestern fringe, are arranged in perfect circles, in which each holder has a lot of 4,305 square feet (400 m2). This type of residential district, which is highly practical, is increasingly common on the outskirts of large cities where there are many jobs. The growth of industry, the attraction exerted by cities, and the expansion of large metroplexes have led to a 13-percent increase in the world’s city-dwellers—a trend that is continuing. Almost half the planet’s population, 47 percent, is now urban. Today, there are twenty giant metroplexes—megalopolises—in the world, each home to between 8 million and 35 million people. Three-quarters of the other billion city dwellers the planet will accommodate in 2025 will live in southern countries.

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