In the aftermath of rampant American protest and worsening class-division, locals hope that updating jargon and spreading more cash around will help facilitate "investment" and a spate of new development within the urban core.
And so, here's a helpful guide that offers a glimpse at new programs and buzzwords available to profit from the age-old capitalist practice of buying low and selling high.
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Cities are engines of economic opportunity, but at the neighborhood level, this opportunity is often inequitably distributed. Stark neighborhood disparities have become a tragic norm in American cities, as demonstrated through the research of economist Raj Chetty and on-the-ground in places such as Kansas City, Mo., where the city's wealthiest ZIP code sits alongside its most incarcerated and murder-stricken one.