The obvious answer is "Because without maintenance and occasional renovation everything old gets rundown." Of course that avoids the issue of why old neighbourhoods tend to enter a phase where everyone stops doing that maintenance and renovation. To a large extent, that's because of real estate depreciation. Even with maintenance, property values tend to steadily go down over time. As the price to live there gets cheaper, more and more people living marginal existences move in and with them come the people who prey upon those people. Those people tend to be less likely to maintain their property so they neglect it and of course that drives real estate values down even further and the more entropy they see around them the more people are inclined to just give up and let it go. This trend tends to continue until something happens like artists making an area hip, or a real estate guy taking advantage of the low property values to do some king of major development that will level most of the neighbourhood and push the marginalised inhabitants into some other neighbourhood on the downward slide, continuing the cycle.
Public squalor, rundown section of a city
Neighborhoods away from the city centers -Apex
The FHA program for financing home improvement is actually a group of programs that are offered by the U.S government to refresh the rundown of neighborhoods in cities across the United States.
The Bronx has a number of affluent neighborhoods. Many of these neighborhoods are home to city workers, writers, authors, television and media personalities.RiverdaleShore HavenFerry PointLocust PointCity IslandVan CortlandtThrogs NeckEdgewaterCo-op CityClason Point
It has beautiful, wealthy neighborhoods as well as ugly, decaying slums.
Residental Neighborhoods if you live in town.
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She did her inventions in her "laboratory" which was an old rundown garden shed.
Ethnic neighborhoods are when people of the same culture are living in the same area. Ex: Little Italy and Chinatown in New York City.
It has had several:PhillyCity of Brotherly LoveQuaker CityThe City That Loves You BackCity of Neighborhoods andCradle if Liberty.
The duration of The Rundown is 1.73 hours.
Montevideo is a city itself so it has neighborhoods inside.
Both are neighborhoods in the greater city of NYC.
The Rundown was released on 09/26/2003.
The Production Budget for The Rundown was $85,000,000.
Of course!! And the bats were in those neighborhoods before they were neighborhoods.
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It is a summary of something. "I need a rundown of the finance today."
The duration of The Daily Rundown is 3600.0 seconds.
The Rundown grossed $80,831,893 worldwide.
The Daily Rundown was created on 2010-01-11.
Prior to Los Angeles becoming the second most populated city in the United States, Chicago was the second most populated behind New York City. After loosing the title as the second most populated city in the United States, a reporter for the New Yorker Magazine, A.J. Liebling, commented about how Chicago had many neighborhoods that were segregated by class, ethnic origin, or creed. This showed neighborhoods were in fact their own cities within the City of Chicago. Liebling stated that Chicago was the "second hand city" to these neighborhoods, to which Chicagoins then changed the term to be the second city.
Brooklyn. Between the Bushwick and Canarsie neighborhoods under the L train.
Gentrification increases the average income in city neighborhoods