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From Atlantic Cities:
One of America's Oldest Shopping Malls Converts to Micro-Apartments
What Is It Exactly That Makes Big Cities Vote Democratic?
New York's 'Affordable Housing' Isn't Always Affordable
San Francisco Chronicle:
Gentrification no longer a dirty word
New York Times:
Born to Wait
Posted at 11:16 AM in Current Affairs, Gentrification, Housing, Inequality, Shopping Malls, Urbanism | Permalink
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