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  1. Final project UP 206A – Kawano March 15, 2011 Ben Palmquist in Los Angeles 1999 - 2009 Gentrification

  2. What is gentrification? • New residents • (disproportionately young, white, professional, well educated and higher income) • replace • old residents • in a disinvested inner-city neighborhood • (disproportionately low income, people of color, and the elderly) Source: Peter Marcuse, “Gentrification, Abandonment and Displacement: Connections, Causes and Policy Responses in New York City.” 28 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 195 (1985).

  3. How does it all add up? • income • Increasing educational attainment • Increasing income • Increasing median rent • educational attainment • Gentrification hotspots • median rent

  4. Hypotheses • Project Area • Gentrification is: • focused on the east side • focused near Metro rail stations and condos/lofts • correlated with changes in race/ethnicity by Ben Palmquist

  5. Data Sources • US Census Bureau (2000 Census & 2005-09 ACS) • educational attainment (percent change in portion of people with a bachelor’s degree or higher) • income (percent change) • rent prices (percent change in median gross rent) • other variables considered: migration/mobility, tenure, median home value

  6. Income • (percent change in median family income)

  7. Income • (percent change in median family income)

  8. Income • (percent change in median family income)

  9. (change in pct. of population with a bachelor’s degree or higher) Education

  10. (change in pct. of population with a bachelor’s degree or higher) Education

  11. Rent • (pct. change in median gross rent)

  12. Rent • (pct. change in median gross rent)

  13. Rent • (pct. change in median gross rent)

  14. How does it all add up? • income • Increasing educational attainment • Increasing income • Increasing median rent • educational attainment • Gentrification hotspots • median rent

  15. Gentrification

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  18. Gentrification

  19. Condos & Metro

  20. Condos & Metro

  21. Race & ethnicity • Net arrivals • Net departures

  22. Conclusions • Where is there gentrification? • Most evident in Silver Lake, Los Felizand Downtown • Also apparent inKoreatown, Hollywood Mid-Wilshire and parts of Santa Monica, Inglewood and Burbank • capital investment in condominiums, lofts and Metro rail lines does not appear to affect gentrification

  23. Skills used • Modeling • Metadata • Buffering • Original data • Geocoding • Clipping • Inset map • Aggregating attribute fields • Creating indices • Charts and images