“UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project updated its regional gentrification map this week to show which California neighborhoods are hemorrhaging low-income households and which ones are hanging in there.

“The previous maps used data from 2013, but this week’s update bumps the timeline up to 2015 to see what happened to Bay Area neighborhoods. UC Berkeley credits “the San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development” with providing the ‘regional data on housing, income and other demographics’ that inform the map.”

Read more at Curbed SF.