T URB 210 Week 4: Gentrification
T URB 210 Week 4: Gentrification TURB 210
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Date Created: 10/30/15
TURB 210 Gentri cation What is gentrification o In some way the neighborhood was renewrevitalized I Pregentrification neighborhood is not doing well I Disinvestment investment companies made into other things and neglecting a particular areaneighborhood Redlining Places go into disrepair upkeep is more out of pocket than government paid Disinvestme Government A Gentri cation V 0 Gentrifiers upper to middle class younger creative professionals bankers writers artists etc 0 Artists are usually given cutdeal prices on housing They have the ability to begin changing the perception of the neighborhood more safe and fun to love work and play 0 Chain reaction of opening studios performances to other cultural aesthetics like new restaurants 0 More policesafetylessens crime rate 0 Problems with certain people like colored youth because they do not match the image of the neighborhood 0 Displacement rent mortgage goes upthose that can t afford it anymore are forced to leave and someone who can afford it takes their place Time 0 Gentrification is not restricted to urban neighborhoods
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