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Transcript of Schanzenviertel
by Verena, Josephine & Sabrina
Gentrification or Development?
businesses don't do well
This woman has lived in Schanzenviertel for 23 years.
only 4 businesses from 1990 have lasted
crime has decreased
too many people
many multicultural restraurants nearby
This woman has worked in Schanzenviertel for 5 years.
"People are not as arrogant here. They are more
than those who live in the more 'German'-boroughs."
This man has lived in Schanzenviertel since 1991.
too many tourists
small businesses get replaced
This man has worked in Schanzenviertel for 17 years.
Christian v. Jutrczenka's stationary shop has been in Schanzenviertel for 80 years.
-> where its name comes from!
17th century: swamps
19th century: new flats and shops
"They are just like termites: They come and take everyting and when there's nothing left, they just leave us with the devastation."
small shops get replaced
by big companies such as Adidas
people's mindset did not change a lot
98 Bars & Cafes
former theatre on Schulterblatt
a left-winged autonomous culture center
generally no increase in crimes
number of politically motivated riots and crimes has increased
huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge drug scene
Gentrification happened in Schanzenviertel.
WHAT THEY LIKE(D) ABOUT SCHANZENVIERTEL
bars & cafes
for your attention.
This man is part of the gentry.
...it has become a lot safer....
Gentrification in Hamburg's