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Gentrification Watch

The two biggest issues in Seattle right now are the $15 minimum-wage debate and escalating rents that may or may not be driven by incoming tech workers. You might think those two sects are worlds apart but as the Seattle Times points out, there are five neighborhoods where the twain shall meet. In South Lake Union, Denny Triangle and parts of Capitol Hill, First Hill, and Belltown, large percentages of people from each group call that area home. [Seattle Times]