Gentrification as a Service and Don’t even make the term sheet would be great titles for your social equity and design book.
We had a hipster trailer park open in my town. Bought an old 4h camp. People pay hundreds a night to live in a trailer park while others scrape up that much for a month’s rent in real trailer parks.
You can even pay extra for a cellphone lockbox outside to help you “disconnect” (don’t tell anyone there is barely any service anyways).
But the disconnect to community happened already. Look at the rise of plus 55 housing to meet affordable housing set asides. People wanted all the taxes and none of the children. Now school budgets are decimated and active communities going bankrupt.
Flow city. Maybe this is how Racoon City started. Worst case you get an idea for a dystopian novel.This blog's owner has not provided a valid email address yet.