San Francisco

How Can We Reduce the Cost of Providing Urban Housing?

12:30 p.m. | Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Photo Courtesy of Flickr user someToast

From pre-fab to microunits to using public land for middle-income housing, there are many ideas for how to provide less expensive housing in a hot market. Part two in a series on the cost of housing, this forum looks at how we can bring less expensive housing to San Francisco. 

Co-sponsored with the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the San Francisco AIA

Taeko Takagi / Zeta Design + Build
+ Joe Olla / Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
Amanda Loper / David Baker Architects
Sarah Dennis-Phillips / SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development


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