Housing Lessons From Between the Coasts
I’m visiting three cities this week that I write about in Generation Priced Out: Boulder, Denver and Minneapolis. All offer lessons for other cities struggling to stop the pricing out of the working and Read More »
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On September 17, New York’s Lower Manhattan Development Corporation will hold a hearing on plans to build around sixty units of affordable senior housing on city-owned land in the Nolita (north of Little Italy and east of SOHO) neighborhood. Nolita Read More »
It’s not news that San Francisco public schoolteachers are being priced out of the city’s housing market. But what is news is that help is on the way. The strategy: Mayor Lee is proposing a November housing bond that specifically Read More »
Filed under: San Francisco News by Randy Shaw Comments Off on Can SF Keep Teachers in City?