Largest Cities In The United States In 1776, And In 2076 Posted in Commercial & Investment Real Estate, Economist Commentaries, by Lawrence Yun, PhD., Chief Economist and Senior Vice President on July 3, 2012 You are currently browsing comments. If you would like to return to the full story, you can read the full entry here: “Largest Cities In The United States In 1776, And In 2076”. Tags:Housing Market,population Related Posts July 2015 Existing-Home Sales Over Ten Years U.S. and International Housing Prices: U.S. a Good Buy Comments Weinstein So you say that Atlanta and Phoenix will be among the largest? With temperatures rising well above 100 degrees in Phoenix and Atlanta, and with the trend of getting even hottter in 60 years, do you really think that those cities will even be habitable? Also, don’t count on the NFL surviving either….too many concussions.