An entire neighborhood is being flipped by a Los Angeles developer
26 mins | May 7, 2022
Contrasting visions of the city crash in this complex case of gentrification. West Adams once separated California’s Wall Street from low-income neighbourhoods like Compton. Now, after decades of decay, it’s undergoing rapid gentrification in the face of Shaul Kuba and the powerful real estate firm, CIM. The issue is that, in their eyes, some people just 'don’t fit' the picture. Peter Waldman investigates.