2014 was a banner year for housing construction in San Francisco with 2,500 units completed between January and July alone, 25 percent of which are permanently affordable. What can we expect in 2015, and will we be able to reach the mayor’s goal of 30,000 units by 2020? Co-presented by the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the San Francisco AIA.
+ Chris Foley / Polaris Pacific
+ Meg Spriggs / Shorenstein
+ Libby Seifel / Seifel Consulting
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