Neighborhood income and rent maps of U.S. cities
Fast Company: "See where the money lives -- and where it doesn't -- in your city" No matter where you live, you probably already have some sort of mental map of where the money resides in your city. It’s one of those data sets you subconsciously start collecting the moment you move somewhere. At first, it’s something you sense in only the broadest geographic terms--understanding that the north side of the city is generally poorer than the rest of it, say--but with time and experience, the map becomes more refined, filled in on the level of neighborhood and street. How well do these perceptions of income line up with reality? That’s what this website shows us.
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