SUBJECT AREA Architecture
CREATED ON 4th April 2018
COMPLETED ON 9th April 2018
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Capitalization and its effect to Gentrification in New York City

I have attached an outline to follow. Kindly include building examples. If possible, use the Whitney Museum, the Highline, the Shed, and/or Hudson Yards neighborhood. Kindly include works cited. Please create the outline as follows: 1. Introduction: Present theoretical approach (time period, proponents, predecessors, key tenants/concerns/claims.) Thesis in bold (What allows you to interpret these three buildings in the lens of one theory? What unifies them in your mind? This, in one sentence, is your thesis.) 2. Building 1: through the lens of this theory, several sentences that encapsulate your ideas. 3. Building 2: " 4. Building 3: " 5. Conclusion
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