Index hide3 The cost of living has motivated all kinds of studies, such as rating the best cities for remote work.
Gentrification has led even developers to call developments located in Tacubaya “Condesa Sur”.
Around gentrification, very important consumer trends have developed, especially in real estate.
The cost of living has motivated all kinds of studies, such as rating the best cities for remote work.
The gentrification came to the Mercy and the popular market already appears in tripadvisor as a tourist destination and you will have to pay up to four thousand pesos to visit this famous place in Mexico City.
Around the gentrification that has been denounced in Mexico City, that we remember, is this phenomenon of high prices in services such as rent, due to the arrival of people with a high ability to pay to places of low or medium surplus value, there are phenomena such as remote work that was unleashed by the health contingency and that led a significant number of professionals with the ability to do so, to dedicate themselves to working with a computer, in various destinations they choose, generally when they are digital nomads.
In studios as one driven by holidu.uk, this firm recognizes that the most appreciated cities for remote work worldwide are Bangkok, Thailand, which ranks first on the list compiled by Holidu, followed by New Delhi in India, which ranks second; Lisbon, Portugal, in third place and Barcelona, Spain, as well as Buenos Aires, Argentina in third and fourth place, respectively. Mexico City ranks number 17.
Gentrification in CDMX
omar garcia (@omargarcia2652, TikTok) explained in his account, where he has more than 22,000 reproductions, that gentrification was present in The mercysince it became a pretext for users of tripadvisor charge up to four thousand pesos for a tour for two people through this popular place.
@omargarcia2652 Promotions you can’t let go… #gentrification #cdmx #the mercy #tourismmexico ♬ PRC – Featherweight & Nathanael Cano
Inside the video, the tiktoker complaint that in tripadvisor Tours of up to 4,090 pesos are offered for two people, so that over four hours, a bilingual guide accompanies visitors to try street tacos, try fruits from stalls, as well as ingredients such as mole and tacos; In addition to offering tastings of pre-Hispanic food, possibly crickets.
After making this case known, the user received all kinds of comments, such as those made by users who described the event as a great entrepreneurial idea, with the following argument: “the example of the one who wants to stand out, the one who doesn’t, Complaint and blame for your economy, everyone except yourself.
Others explained: “I took a similar one with some friends who came from abroad. The truth is that for someone who comes from abroad it is worth it”.
Like this case of gentrification, in May 2022 we reported the case of a real estate agency that promoted a housing development located in Tacubaya, as a home located in Condesa Sur.
“Spacious and well lit loft in Condesa Sur, Miguel Hidalgo, 68566″, he used the Homie platform on that occasion, to advertise an apartment that had a rent of more than 16 thousand pesos.
On that occasion, tiktokers like Rucky Solis (@ruckysolis, TikTok) made fun of the marketing strategy used by housing developers to make it appear that their works are located in an area of great added value, when in reality they are located in an area close to the Condesa neighborhood.
After publicizing the case, users such as Mauricio Hernandez They mocked and assured that Tepito will now be known as “Ampliación Centro”, while users like Yadira Garza gave their testimony and acknowledged that “on Airbnb I rented something that according to it was in Reforma Centro and very well located. a few minutes from the fine arts and nothing that almost ends in La Lagunilla, almost reaching Garibaldi”.
The gentrification that Mexico City is suffering is leaving very important testimonies on social networks, which are worth considering, to understand this phenomenon.