These Are the Most Gentrified Cities in the U.S.

Five out of the 20 most gentrified cities in the United States are right here in California. That’s according to new rankings from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

For the study, researchers identified 954 gentrifying neighborhoods. Most of them were clustered in the following metropolitan areas:

1. San Francisco-Oakland, CA

2. Denver, CO

3. Boston, MA

3. Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL

4. New Orleans, LA

5. Austin, TX

6. New York City

7. San Jose, CA

8. Phoenix, AZ

9. Sacramento, CA

10. Minneapolis, MN

11. Indianapolis, IN

12. Washington, D.C.

13. San Diego, CA

14. Los Angeles, CA

15. Baltimore, MD

16. Chicago, IL

17. Philadelphia, PA

18. Detroit, MI

19. Dallas, TX

Read more at USA Today.

Data is compiled and reported by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. Report does not reflect statistics for all U.S. or California cities.


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