Continuing the discussion of microhousing, living close to the office to accommodate the endless workday, and gentrifying behaviors that are unavailable to people who are actually homeless.
Because white-collar jobs are demanding more of their employees, employees try to find housing near their offices to keep up with their jobs — and that means often, if unintentionally, displacing longtime, lower-income residents.
If you move to one of the few neighborhoods you can afford and, in so doing, unintentionally contribute to the raising of rents in your area, are you a gentrifier?
Some people flips houses; Goldman flips neighborhoods.
The city that once turned on its aristocrats and fed them to guillotines has decided, again, to take a stand against rapacious, unchecked capitalism.
Mueller’s painting with too broad a brush. Not so much a broad brush, even: a flamethrower.