gentrification

12:48pm

Thu October 3, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

East Bay Express: Who's jacking up housing prices in West Oakland?

As the tsunami of foreclosures in Oakland finally subsided over the past year, residents of the city's flatlands neighborhoods looked around at the new landscape and saw less room for themselves and people like them. Many of their neighbors were gone, of course. And many of the foreclosed homes were snapped up — not by new homeowners, but by large-scale investors, including national and global corporations.

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9:31pm

Wed September 18, 2013

12:00am

Wed June 5, 2013

4:44pm

Wed January 30, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

What does it take to open a business in San Francisco?

Aubrie Pick Courtesy of outfitgeneric.com/

The nation may have been on shaky economic ground as it kicked off 2013, but there was little sign of that here in San Francisco. The city is still in the midst of a tech boom, which has fueled construction and retail investment.

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11:30am

Wed May 16, 2012
City Visions: May 21, 2012

City Visions: Urban Renewal - (not) Throwing out the Neighbor with the Neighborhood

 

Tonight on City Visions we’ll talk about the unintended effects of urban renewal in the Bay Area. San Francisco has been undertaking a huge effort to revitalize its most blighted neighborhoods. What are the effects of gentrification on lower-income residents? Is there a way to improve the neighborhood without sacrificing the neighbor? 

Guests:

Peter Cohen, Co-Director of the Counsel of Community Housing Organization 

Oscar Grande, Community Organizer with People Organized to Demand Environment/Economic Rights

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