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San Francisco

Housing middle-income San Franciscans

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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, Planning Director John Rahaim, San Francisco's chief economist Ted Egan, and Chandra Egan, the Inclusionary Housing Program Manager for San Francisco.

Co-presented with the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the San Francisco Chapter of the AIA.

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Okay to bring lunch

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