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The Growing Divide Between Rich and Poor Neighborhoods

The Growing Divide Between Rich and Poor Neighborhoods

In 1970, there was a $22.6k gap between average family income in high- and low-income (80th and 20th percentile) neighborhoods. By ...

After Public Investment, St. Clair Place’s Housing Market Significantly Stronger

After Public Investment, St. Clair Place’s Housing Market Significantly Stronger

Mortgage activity in St. Clair Place shows a dramatic increase in home purchases and home value since 2007. The area is more diverse ...

With New Park Planned in Fishers, How Do Parks Relate to Property Value?

With New Park Planned in Fishers, How Do Parks Relate to Property Value?

Indy has 51 sq. meters of park per person, while Fishers has only 4.3 sq. meters per person. In some neighborhoods, properties close to

In Little Flower, More College Graduates, Young Adults, but Incomes are Falling

In Little Flower, More College Graduates, Young Adults, but Incomes are Falling

There's a shrinking share of people in their 20s in this German/Irish neighborhood, but a growing of share in their 30s and 40s, as ...

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Matt Nowlin

Matt Nowlin

Research Analyst

Matt Nowlin is a research analyst with the Polis Center. He works in the Community Informatics team, focusing on analysis, data visualization, and web development. Matt received his Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from Ball State University and his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.