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According to new research, 61 percent of Boston's "low-price areas" gentrified from 2000 to 2007, the largest proportion among major U.S. cities. "[A]reas that showed a big jump in home values had gentrified. Boston had the largest number of low-priced areas jump, followed by Seattle and New York." [WSJ]