- Words: 2148
- Length: 7 Pages
- Topic: Urban Studies
- Paper #: 79671857
There is evidence that Newark is poised to begin attracting the urban professional demographic, in part because of its low rents, proximity to New York and its tax incentives. If this occurs, with the extant immigrant demographics, Newark will have pieces in place to experience full-fledged renewal not unlike what has transpired in those leading cities.
That said, there are costs associated with such renewal. In the 1960s, Newark experienced