Benefits of gentrification outweigh costs; restrictive zoning reason for lack of affordable housing: study

The word “gentrification” is often said with a sneer. Since the phenomenon was first observed and named (in 1964) in London, where upper middle class households had begun purchasing working class and derelict housing in the traditionally deprived East End, it has spread around the globe. Wealthier people in cities from Toronto to Sydney have … Continue reading Benefits of gentrification outweigh costs; restrictive zoning reason for lack of affordable housing: study