Housing middle-income San Franciscans

From SPUR:

San Francisco has built a substantial amount of market-rate housing and has many programs to support the development of affordable housing for low-income families. But what about those who earn too little to buy a market-rate home, but too much to qualify for an affordable housing unit? What should we be doing to stimulate the development of middle-income housing in the city? Come hear from Dan Murphy of Urban Green DevCo and Planning Director John RahaimCo-presented with the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the San Francisco Chapter of the AIA.

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