I think I understand the meaning of this structure with noun "as is + noun" but I don't really understand when it used with adjective "as is + adjective".
1- But she’s also finding that the acting industry she left behind is very different now. As is New York City. (The acting industry is different as New York is different now)
2- Parties are a regular feature of life at Seaside. As is bad news. (The parties are a regular feature as bad news are a regular feature)
3- The decline in this structure leads, as is typical in such situations, to a change in its associated meanings