"I've noticed something that might make a pattern. When my youngest daughter was a UNC senior, she lived in the apartment building on Franklin across from McCorkle Place. It has since been converted to luxury condos. When she graduated and got a local job, she lived in Glen Lennox, and now that location has been declared too good for people of modest means. Is increasing income inequality (a national trend for three decades) hitting Chapel Hill and pushing students out of the campus-convenient real estate?"
"Two cases don't make a trend, but you might have noticed others -- either recent or pending. Could be worth watching."