I've read that the Monopoly game board is based on real streets and locations in Atlantic City, NJ. I wonder how the neighborhoods/streets identified on the board have changed since 1930 when the game was designed? Is Pennsylvania Avenue still considered the cat's meow, home to upscale housing? Is Mediterranian Ave. really the armpit of the city? Has any significant urban renewal, gentrification, or other redevelopment occurred in the maroon or light blue properties (Connecticut, States, Oriental, Virginia etc.)? Is anyone familiar enough with Atlantic City to comment on changes?