City for all? A geospatial approach to equity, sustainability, and gentrification in Seattle, Washington.

Welch, Nicolas.


  • Abstract: Seattle is at a crossroads. Despite ambitious plans for sustainability and equitable development, there is no consensus about how to achieve these two seemingly compatible goals. A recent period of considerable economic and population growth has led to rising rents and home values. As a result, gentrification is a significant concern. Recent research has sought to use geospatial ... read more
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