Between 1970 (depicted in yellow) and 1990 (depicted by green), lower-income individuals tended to live in downtown areas, with middle-income and high-income individuals living in the suburbs. In 2014 (depicted in blue), however, wealthy individuals live in downtown areas at nearly twice the frequency of their 1970 counterparts.
Downtown Residential Income Propensity
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