Poverty levels of certain parts of atlanta versus others. Does the built environment influence the concentration of poverty in certain parts of atlanta? There seems to be a concentration of wealth in the northern part of atlanta. Concentration of whites in the northern part of atlanta as well. Is it the type of housing that was created in the northern part of atlanta? Why isn’t the poverty evenly spread in atlanta? Where are businesses in relation to the northern parts of atlanta versus other parts of atlanta? Or maybe it has something to do with transportation? Nearby schools?