The Gentrification of Brooklyn Points to a Larger Historical Trend

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppIn 2017, New York City’s largest borough, Brooklyn, lost about 2,000 lower-income residents. At the same time, however, the borough has been attracting a growing number of small businesses as well as about 144,071 higher-income residents. Of every county in New York State, Brooklyn’s nearly six percent jump in population in the span of a one year period puts it second only to the Bronx. However, according to the latest census reports, Brooklyn stands at 2,648,771 residents, which was 2,088 fewer than in 2016. People…

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Apple Launches macOS Mojave

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThe next version of macOS will be called Mojave, and could potentially be one of the most significant software updates for the Mac in several years. It will launch with several features, including a gorgeous dark mode, more organizational options, and support for iOS applications. “macOS Mojave is a major update that introduces powerful new features for a wide range of Mac users, from consumers to pros,” says Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “Dark mode brings a dramatic new look to…

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