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How Housing Can Determine Educational, Health, and Economic Outcomes

by Veronica Gaitán
Many social issues stem from a history of unstable, unaffordable, and poor-quality housing. Research shows that housing is the first rung on the ladder to economic opportunity…

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How Policymakers Can Prevent Displacement and Foster Inclusive Neighborhoods

As low-income neighborhoods attract high-income residents, communities are seeking ways to manage neighborhood change to prevent displacement and disparities. In response to a congressional request…

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Why Gentrification and Mental Health Go Hand in Hand

A quarter of New York City neighborhoods experienced gentrification between 1990 and 2014. Revitalization that stems from new economic development often brings increased housing costs, increased rent…

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Is the Most Effective Mix of Solutions on Your Menu for Addressing the Housing Crisis?

by Zachary Murray, State and Local Policy Specialist, Grounded Solutions Network
Communities from coast to coast are confronting a housing affordability crisis, and the crisis takes different forms….

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How Can Cities Produce More Affordable Housing?

Though cities have recovered from the 2008 recession, housing market trends have created new burdens. Gentrification has taken the form of “new build” housing in recent years, and the demand for…

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Changes in Local Employment Associated with Gentrification

Do local residents in low-income neighborhoods benefit from nearby employment opportunities that result from gentrification? Rachel Meltzer and Pooya Ghorbani explore this question, examining changes…

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Improving Social Equity as Neighborhoods Change: An Expert Dialogue

Neighborhoods are constantly changing as residents come and go, businesses open and close, and properties go up or come down. No place is the same for long. When community changes are widespread or…

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Transportation Advantages Can Allow Redevelopment without Gentrification in Shrinking Cities

Redevelopment can occur without causing gentrification in shrinking cities, according to J. Rosie Tighe and Joanna P. Ganning in Housing Policy Debate. Focusing on cities that lost at least 17…

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To Address and Study Recent Increases in Gentrification, the Causes of Neighborhood Change Must Be Understood

Understanding the causes of recent gentrification can help guide analyses of and responses to neighborhood change, according to a report by Jackelyn Hwang and Jeffrey Lin in Cityscape. The authors…

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Strategies for Economic Diversity in Gentrifying Areas

As local attention turns to rising challenges with housing affordability and gentrification, cities can pursue several strategies “to supplement policies that encourage new development with those…

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