Eight years ago, homebuilder Daniel Reeves visited the corner of 12th and Chicon for the first time and happened upon a street brawl. These days, instead of street brawls, there are people walking dogs and parents pushing baby strollers. Wealthier — and whiter — residents are moving in.
Today, Reeves lives in the neighborhood himself and builds homes there. But what does that mean for the residents who have long called this place home?