fuck the instructor.
Some of that's happening in Queens, but my point is that there's rarely enough demand for denser housing where there's also an abundance of undeveloped lots-and when there was they were rapidly gobbled up and that was that's almost always the first wave of gentrification, which is why displacement is often hard to detect because it can lag behind earlier indicators. But redevelopment-and gentrification-follow path dependency. It's why the Upper East Side and East/Spanish Harlem is blowing up right now-because the 96th Street subway stop finally opened after literally decades of being teased.
It's the 14th of May, and it's probably rained 10 of those days. SRSLY?!
Yeah, it's been awhile since I've gotten invites so that's part of the reason for my absence.😅