Op-Ed

February 19, 2016 4:39 PM

Creating housing policies that make room for everyone in Raleigh

As more companies move downtown, bringing recent college grads and transplants, downtown may soon run out of room

Growth will spill into Southeast Raleigh and displace the residents

Studies show that concentrating low-income people in mostly low-income neighborhoods makes them less likely to escape poverty

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