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Gentrification: Too Much Of A Good Thing?

[The Stamford Review] makes the well-documented conclusion that New York City may face a total build-out crisis in seven to 10 years, reported in its most recent issue, all the more alarming.

Source: 70’s Alphabet City by FilthyMess.com

This press release provides an overview of the current issue [Stamford Review] [1]. Stamford Review editor Larry Sicular states:

The city depends on housing construction to help support its economy, but by the time a child born here today reaches the fourth grade there may not be any vacant land left for development,” said Larry Sicular, publisher/editor of The Stamford Review. “Focused on following the strengthening or weakening real estate market, few people have stopped long enough to look forward to the very difficult planning decisions facing us.

I have known Larry for more than 20 years and I jumped at the opportunity to contribute two articles to the current issue:

Here are the portions of the press release that pertain to the Gentrification article:

Here are the portions of the press release that pertain to the Media article: