Posts Tagged ‘Gentrification’

Housing For All Rally! A Vision for DC!

January 14, 2013 • No Comments »

At the Housing For All Campaign we believe that DC can be a place where all residents live in housing in good condition that they can afford. As the District completes it’s comprehensive housing strategy, we call on District leaders to adopt a strategy that brings us closer to that vision. In particular, we call […]

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Impacts of High Incomes on Housing

October 31, 2011 • No Comments »

Dear readers, I have been out of town, so there will be no “Meet the Continuum of Housing” blog post today.  But I do have a little something. On October 19. Bloomberg News reported that the DC metro region has the highest area median income in the country.  Of course, high wages for some do […]

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The High Cost of Gentrification

June 20, 2011 • No Comments »

A poll released yesterday by the Washington Post showed a changing view on the impact of gentrification by African Americans who live in the District. (The Post did not release the same information for other race groups). Post did not define gentrification, which is a complicated process of change in urban areas. The wikipedia.com entry […]

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