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Can we develop communities for the people who already live in them? - Greater Greater Washington

On October 3rd, HBO aired Class Divide , a documentary that provided a look into gentrification's effects on one neighborhood in New York City. The film examines the massive changes in the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan, spurred by the development of the High Line public park, looked at through the eyes of teens in West Chelsea. On one side of 10th Avenue, there are disadvantaged teens who live in the Chelsea-Elliot housing project, and on the other side, wealthy teens who attend the Avenues: The World School, a private school that costs more than $40,000 per year. Last week, we attended a sneak peak that was followed by a panel discussion on how the larger issues in the film are also affecting the DC region. The participants were Class Divide director Marc Levin, 11th Street Bridge Park project director Scott Kratz, and Oramenta F. Newsome, the Vice President of the DC chapter of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. Hyisheem Shabazz Calier, who participated in the documentary, also spoke about his experiences living in the Chelsea-Elliot housing project and experiences since leaving to attend college and pursue entrepreneurship. After the first half hour of the documentary played, the panelists discussed gentrification, income and racial inequality, and the unintended consequences that come when planning large public projects like the Manhattan's High Line. We (Joanne and Andrew) attended the event and later watched the full documentary. Andrew Ausel (AA) : I thought the documentary was a good segue into a discussion on DC. Particularly because what New York is experiencing is kind of like mega-gentrification. And while what DC is experiencing is challenging, it's nothing near the extent to which West Chelsea residents are experiencing it. Joanne Pierce (JP) : You make a good point, that New York City shows us this mega-gentrification but DC could... These neighborhoods have been here for such a long time, and yet developers come in and seem to just swallow them whole with their shiny new buildings or luxury things. Neighborhoods with rich cultural and architectural features are attractive to developers and the residents treat them almost like ornaments that add to their property values. Exhibit A the High Line in Manhattan. AA : An equivalent DC example would be Capitol Hill, Union Station, or any of the numerous historical landmarks that have been flipped. Look at the NoMa area as an example: the neighborhood runs just adjacent to the Uline Arena, which is set to become the fifth flagship REI. , opposite of the Red Line to NoMa, and development isn't really happening there, primarily because it is outside of the Business Improvement District. JP : Scott brought up unintended consequences. I hadn't considered the High Line to be one of those, because it's so beautiful and it's brought so much joy to what was a desolate, unwanted piece of transit history. But we see in the documentary that it also created this real estate boom and I don't think I considered that the High Line had negative consequences because I had no idea there were housing projects nearby. So that brings up questions of privilege and how we can be really unaware of the circumstances that lead to social and income inequality, and how our desire for nice things and amenities has possibly made people complicit in gentrification, even... AA : It really is a new development, and something that I think we have to start assuming will happen as we try and address urban blight. In generations prior, I don't think the desire for urban living was there, so we never asked "what happens when we fix this place up. " Now, as we fix it up, there is a demand and a market and its being filled by people who aren't from the community. I think the real gap in understanding then comes from the "invading" ignorance to what was there before. The residents who purchase these $15 million condos don't necessarily appreciate all the different culture that was there before. Oramenta made a good point when she said that we do live in a free market, and those are the rules of the game. AA : But what [Marc Levin] does such a good job of in his documentary is observing the issue from the. Source: greatergreaterwashington.org

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    10/07/16 ,via The Advocate

    Lafaye St. 5117-19: $36,000, Community Improvement Agency, New Orleans Redevelopment Authority, Nora and Ruben Vinnett to BCM Homes LLC. Laine Ave. 4648-4650: $60,000, Lillie Thomas Jackson and N. Broad St. 1714: $72,000, Jeremy D. Kerr to Chh

  • Can we develop communities for the people who already live in them?

    The participants were Class Divide director Marc Levin, 11th Street Bridge Park project director Scott Kratz, and Oramenta F. Newsome, the Vice President of the DC chapter of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. The brick building in the

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    09/25/16 ,via Economic Times

    "Much has been w ritten around the dangers busy people face running chronic sleep deficits, so one habit is to get enough sleep," Kerr says. Going to bed at a consistent time each even ing is especially important on Sunday if you want to start the

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    10/09/16 ,via Madison

    After the season-opening loss Friday, Granato identified the areas he thought the Badgers would show improvements in Saturday’s series ... McGuire snapped home a shot from the slot for his second goal in as many nights before Johnson joined him at ...

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    10/09/16 ,via Tribune-Star

    Hostesses are Anne Foster, Louise Kerr and Lynn Dowell. Junior Department will have a ... Built in 1868 for Col. R.N. Hudson, this home is a glimpse of life in Terre Haute in the post-Civil War era. Members will tour the house, learn its history and ...

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    Wesleyan padded it’s lead in the fourth. Julia Childers blast over the right fielder’s head went for an inside the park home run. Later in the inning, Kerr singled home Sarah Adams as the lead grew to 4-1. “I’m really happy for Julia,” Stephenson ...

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Co. E, 6th KS. Cavalry Portrait and Biological Record of Southeastern Kansas, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the Counties, Together with Biographies and Portraits of all the Presidents of the United States and The Governors of the State of Kansas. Chicago, Biographical Publishing Co. 1894. Calvin C. Kerr. This old settler of Linn County came from Elkhart County, Ind., in the fall of 1857, and has since made his home on section 14, Centreville Township, where he owns and operates a finely improved farm. He is the son of John and Naney (Kessey) Kerr, natives of Pennsylvania, who married and settled in Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio, and from there removed to De Kalb County, Ind. Later they made settlement in Elkhart County, Ind., and came from there to Linn County, Kan., in the fall of 1857, locating in Centreville Township, near the village of Goodrich. There both died, the father in 1858, and the mother in 1887. The second of...
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Co. E, 6th KS. Cavalry Portrait and Biological Record of Southeastern Kansas, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the Counties, Together with Biographies and Portraits of all the Presidents of the United States and The Governors of the State of Kansas. Chicago, Biographical Publishing Co. 1894. Calvin C. Kerr. This old settler of Linn County came from Elkhart County, Ind., in the fall of 1857, and has since made his home on section 14, Centreville Township, where he owns and operates a finely improved farm. He is the son of John and Naney (Kessey) Kerr, natives of Pennsylvania, who married and settled in Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio, and from there removed to De Kalb County, Ind. Later they made settlement in Elkhart County, Ind., and came from there to Linn County, Kan., in the fall of 1857, locating in Centreville Township, near the village of Goodrich. There both died, the father in 1858, and the mother in 1887. The second of...
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