Urban Land: Reversing the Decline in California’s Workforce Housing

Urban Land: Reversing the Decline in California’s Workforce Housing
February 10, 2017 Joanna Rivas

REVOLUCION 1764, a 24-unit project in downtown Tijuana by Sedona Pacific Corporation, where two-bedroom units rent for $820 per month. (Grupo inmobiliarjo bustamante realty/Sedona Pacific Corporation)The housing affordability gap in San Diego is among the highest in California, with the average household shelling out 35 percent of their income for housing, and one-quarter of the population spending half of their income on rent. Recently, ULI San Diego/Tijuana brought together multifamily housing experts with local government and community leaders to discuss creative ways to increase workforce-housing stock.

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