Ex: typically urban areas transitioning from inclusionary and low opportunity to exclusionary and high opportunity. 

Gentrifying communities typically become exclusionary as people looking for opportunity move into the community and drive up prices through demand. This is often combined with new and existing residents trying to preserve their access to the community’s resources by making it exclusive through stricter zoning, building codes, or deed restrictions. Though gentrifying communities may temporarily appear racially or economically diverse, this process almost always results in re-segregation that leaves wealthier and whiter communities with more resources. 


In gentrifying communities, redress advocates should prioritize policies and programs that remove barriers to entry, create more affordability, and protect lower-income families from displacement and rising costs, such as: