Patrick Price | Atlanta, Ga.
I live in a neighborhood that is slowly gentrifying. It wasn’t a neighborhood that gentrified back during the housing boom on a large scale, but slowly, smartly is being invested in with new homes to replace old homes. Some as old as the 1920s. There are not many foreclosures since I live in a nicer area of Atlanta, inside the perimeter. Many more affluent people are moving back into the city to avoid the traffic and this is a much like area, close to transit, the night life, restaurants.
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