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Does gentrification improve the everyday life of city residents?

  • Yes it does

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  • yes it does

    yes, i think that this is a good thing to have and that it does a whole lot to help out the people that live in a city. I think that we need to try to make sure that we get more of this in a lot of the cities.

  • Gentrification means better buildings and more economic activity

    Gentrification is something that does improve the daily life of local citizens. It means that older buildings are repurposed and in use again, and properties are maintained and look nice. Businesses thrive, grow and start, and the city government has the tax base and political clout it needs to expand services to help everyone.

  • Gentrification is good

    Gentrification is good and helps the life of everyday citizens and improves the status of the neighborhoods. This is a necessary process that needs to take place and if it does not happen then the area will just languish behind. This is occurring all across cities around the country all the time.

  • Yes, i think it does help

    The upside of deathly developers coming in and bringing up property value is a good one, but most people in that community might not think so. I think any area that can increase value in its residential homes, is good for everyone. I don't think it hurts the urban community at all.

  • It hurts many

    Gentrification naturally is going to be good for some, but those who are excluded or left out of the benefits of the better off class are going to be negatively affected. Obviously there will be some benefits, but those will be mostly benefiting people in a specific group rather than applying to all people.


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