Tammy Paolino Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 4:11 PM EDT Jul 25, 2019 Sometimes you buy a great pair of jeans that look perfect at first, but after a few rounds through the wash, they don’t fit quite right. They are still beautiful jeans. They may look perfect on someone else … but you, you really just need a new pair of jeans. Such is the case with Denim American Bistro and its first home, the 1859 Colonial house that once housed the beloved La Campagne in Cherry Hill. Chef/owner David Murray is a graduate of the Academy of Culinary Arts in Mays Landing. He helped Stu Wanicur, a food services expert, launch The Farmhouse in May 2017, when the farm-to-fork BYOB opened in what for years had been La Campagne on Kresson Road. More: SJ Hot Chefs make the most of Farm to Fork for South Jersey Restaurant Week More: Chef Anthony Marini puts his own stamp on Porch & Proper in Collingswood More: First Watch, PDQ restaurants expected at … [Read more...] about Denim American Bistro to leave Cherry Hill for Haddonfield
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RALEIGH, N.C. — In the African-American neighborhoods near downtown Raleigh, the playfully painted doors signal what’s coming. Colored in crimson, in coral, in sea foam, the doors accent newly renovated Craftsman cottages and boxy modern homes that have replaced vacant lots. To longtime residents, the doors mean higher home prices ahead, more investors knocking, more white neighbors. Here, and in the center of cities across the United States, a kind of demographic change most often associated with gentrifying parts of New York and Washington has been accelerating. White residents are increasingly moving into nonwhite neighborhoods, largely African-American ones. In America, racial diversity has much more often come to white neighborhoods. Between 1980 and 2000, more than 98 percent of census tracts that grew more diverse did so in that way, as Hispanic, Asian-American, and African-American families settled in neighborhoods that were once predominantly white. But since 2000, … [Read more...] about The neighborhood is mostly black. The buyers are mostly white.
Follow Us: Visit The Upshot on Facebook Visit The Upshot on Twitter Follow The Upshot via RSS Get the Upshot in your Inbox The Upshot By EMILY BADGER, QUOCTRUNG BUI and ROBERT GEBELOFF APRIL 27, 2019 Nationwide, the arrival of white homeowners in places they’ve long avoided is jolting the economics of the land beneath everyone. Related Article Newly built homes in the South Park neighborhood of Raleigh are now going for $460,000. As recently as three years ago, this land held a vacant house. Logan R. Cyrus for The New York Times RALEIGH, N.C. — In the African-American neighborhoods near downtown Raleigh, the playfully painted doors signal what’s coming. Colored in crimson, in coral, in seafoam, the doors accent newly renovated craftsman cottages and boxy modern homes that have replaced vacant lots. To longtime residents, the doors mean higher home prices ahead, more investors knocking, more white neighbors. Here, and in the … [Read more...] about The Neighborhood Is Mostly Black. The Home Buyers Are Mostly White.
Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: From left to right, nephew Omar Flores, Rocio Carrillo, her husband Roberto Flores and their son Johnatan Flores Carrillo, pose for a photograph in their apartment on W. Middlefield Rd. in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Mountain View city officials are considering a developer's proposal to raze 20 rent-controlled, affordable apartments and replace them with 15 new, luxury town houses. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: Roberto Flores get a snack in their apartment on W. Middlefield Rd. in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Mountain View city officials are considering a developer's proposal to raze 20 rent-controlled, affordable apartments and replace them with 15 new, luxury town houses. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: Johnatan Flores Carrillo, 5, watches television with his dad Roberto Flores in … [Read more...] about ‘I don’t want to leave:’ South Bay renters displaced to make way for buyers
Janna Herron USA TODAY Published 5:00 PM EDT Nov 2, 2018 You’re never too old for the American Dream. Take Rupert and Pat Haller. Since 1974, these high school sweethearts planned to buy a quiet, spacious home, a far cry from the fourth-floor walk-up apartment in Jersey City where they spent most of their lives. They finally closed on their first home in September, a ranch-style house in Toms River, New Jersey. “It’s really what we strived to do,” said Rupert, 65. “After 45 years of marriage, we’re both retired, we have a house, and we spend every moment together. I’m very blessed.” The Hallers represent a tiny but growing sliver of first-time homebuyers in this year’s housing market. The share of homebuyers 55 and older has more than doubled in the last 15 years to 38 percent. And senior first-timers accounted for 9 percent of that share – the highest level since data was first collected in … [Read more...] about Retirement: Homebuyers over 55 are growing slice of housing market