03:37 PM Kris, I second the praise of Tatyana. However, it is only by the late 20th century, the trend to gentrification had become strong and today this is one of the most significant trends in the urban development. On the one hand, gentrification stimulates the economic development of communities, where representatives of the middle class move. Some of those people who must live in The Village, or Park Slope or some other "in" place; it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world if they were forced to live in Duluth, Minnesota (the horror, the horror) for a year or two. This model was based on observed facts. In such a situation, the housing taxes increase as the wealth of the community increases.
Published: Mon, Today, the urban development is vulnerable to the growing impact of gentrification.
At this point, it is worth mentioning the fact that the process of gentrification emerges under the impact of multiple factors, including economic and social ones and the process of globalization, which stimulate consistent changes in urban development.
Readers of this forum have probably heard rumors of gentrification in post-Katrina New Orleans.
"I can stay in other peoples homes with them, eat apples they got from their own farmers market." Schwarzmann critiqued the lack of locality in generic places, but Haids company suggests a different, paradoxical definition of locality: desirable places should be both specific enough. Therefore, the economic development of communities under the impact of gentrification is accelerated.
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Representatives of the middle class are also vulnerable to the impact of gentrification. This is the oldest urbanized part of a county most of the rest of which remained largely rural up to the turn of the 20th century. A process of elimination left either a) the neighborhoods already occupied, b) the suburbs, or c) the rural hinterlands. Those who misunderstand the nature of the economic forces at play, risk misdirecting those forces. . The house that was bought for less than 40,000 in the early 70's, now fetches at least 10 times that amount in Mistletoe Heights. The homogeneity of these spaces means that traveling between them is frictionless, a value that Silicon Valley prizes and cultural influencers like Schwarzmann take advantage. Jane Jacobs is all things to all people, it seems. In contrast to the poor, representatives of the middle class can benefit from gentrification economically but they can hardly benefit from gentrification in social terms. It seems to me that Jacobs proposes in "Death and Life." (and, indirectly, in "The Economy of Cities that the way to solve this problem, when and if it occurs, is to encourage even more gentrification (and urbanization) in yet other declining or stagnating neighborhoods. As for myself, I aspire to little more than to be able to live in the sort of neighborhood I have grown to love. Think of the traffic app Waze rerouting cars in Los Angeles and disrupting otherwise quiet neighborhoods; Airbnb parachuting groups of international tourists into residential communities; Instagram spreading IRL lifestyle memes; or Foursquare sending traveling businessmen to the same cafe over and over again. "It knows what I like he says.