Comment 53203

By mystoneycreek (registered) - website | Posted December 16, 2010 at 14:14:33

Back to the roots of this discussion...

Here's a paragraph from the study I linked to earlier:

"This paper does not conclude that gentrification is simply either good or bad. Rather, we conclude that if residents, developers, officials and interest groups spent more time developing strategies to avert or address the adverse consequences of gentrification, and less time opposing or supporting the market-driven process itself, they could increase the chances of building strong, economically diverse communities in our cities. Therefore, before outlining the findings and insights from this research, we frame gentrification within the context of equitable development."

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