This series is a display of the convergence of class, depicting the construction and renovation process of local Atlanta neighborhoods. Many of which were once working-class residences that are now being redeveloped and rapidly transitioning into mixed-income communities. Although diverse areas can eliminate segregation, it does not eliminate economic injustices. Many of these communities that are growing more diverse are being impeded by contemporary and modern architectural structures as well as former suburbanites who are relocating back into the city. Atlanta’s current population estimate is about 1 million, and as the airport becomes more active, the super bowl and final four commence and conclude, within the next few years, the population will increase, raising the cost of living as the city’s renovation is underway.