This working paper points out the metropolitan government has initiated gentrification consequences, in to the selected areas, which are heavily invested for the Olympic event. Research is undertaken between the first quarter of year 2006 through the fourth quarter of 2008. By arguing the number of geocoded real estate and restaurant data which are, correlating to the construction of the Olympic Village and two recent major subway projects; leads to the expansion of new housing supply in the vicinity areas. This indeed, as well, rises the local prices and increases the number of private chained restaurants in Beijing. Techically, they overlook the spatial distributions of new commodity housing projects which analyzed contributing to consuming power. Secondly the growth in numbers of restaurants reflects as highly interested and possibly populated by middle class households.
Figure One: New Residential Units (2006-2008) and New Infrastructure