A very large, modern looking building on 14th Street. Appears to be a result of gentrification.One of the first things I wanted to document was anything that reflected the most obvious change in the city, and its socio-political implications.The most obvious example of the city having been shaped to a newer audience are the modern looking, high-rises, and complexes that are typically condos/apartments, but may be stores or other businesses.This could imply that just a few decades ago, and even more recently–the city has not necessarily preserved the old. Politically speaking, this could mean many different things about the people here. This is because in order for there to have been these improvements, usually there would have had to have been more money brought into the city. This would imply that there would be new cultural changes, and more diverse points of view shaping the ideological climate of the city. As a consequence, those who lived in the area before may have been driven out.