12:30 p.m. | Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Photo by flickr user Sharon Hahn Darlin

There are ways that already-established neighborhoods can do their part to address the housing shortage and combat displacement, including building more housing near transit and encouraging secondary units. In Oakland’s own Rockridge neighborhood, a new campaign to create more housing for the “missing middle” is underway. Hear about where it’s succeeded, where it’s failed and what’s next.

+ Justin Horner / East Bay Forward
+ Robert Gammon / Oakland Magazine
+ Loni Gray / All Things Housing


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