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Generation Priced Out

Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America, with a New Preface

Randy Shaw

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Generation Priced Out is a call to action on one of the most talked-about issues of our time: how skyrocketing rents and home values are pricing the working and middle classes out of urban America. Randy Shaw tells the powerful stories of tenants, politicians, homeowner groups, developers, and activists in over a dozen cities impacted by the national housing crisis. From San Francisco to New York, Seattle to Denver, and Los Angeles to Austin, Generation Priced Out challenges progressive cities to reverse rising economic and racial inequality.
 
Shaw exposes how boomer homeowners restrict millennials’ access to housing in big cities, a generational divide that increasingly dominates city politics. Shaw also demonstrates that neighborhood gentrification is not inevitable and presents proven measures for cities to preserve and expand their working- and middle-class populations and achieve more equitable and inclusive outcomes. Generation Priced Out is a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of urban America.

 

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baby boomers, housing market, landlords, environment, economy, urban planning, homeowner groups, racial inequality, activism, millennial life, expensive cities, housing, rent increases, city planning, nonfiction, baltimore streets housing, middle class, gentrification, housing rights, city housing, architecture planning, developers, progressive cities, millennials, urban housing, real estate, social science, housing crisis, tenant rights, working class, urbanism, tenants, economic inequality, social justice, economics, poverty