Gentrification has been slowly eating away at our city for the past 20 years. Although during the past five years, with massive rental increases and the gap between the rich and the poor widening, doesn’t it feel like we are on the verge of completely losing all of our funk?
By that, I mean our culture.
Some would say: Israel, what are you talking about? Look at our city. We have an urban core filled with 15-minute neighborhoods with bustling restaurants, quaint cafes, microbreweries, great transportation, bike shops, spectacular parks and access to quality food.