In 2016, the City of San Diego implemented the Affordable Homes Bonus Program (AHBP), which allows developers to build additional housing if they also dedicate a portion of the new development to be affordable. The program, which builds on top of California’s existing Density Bonus Law, has enabled a substantial increase in the production of market-rate and deed-restricted affordable homes in San Diego. The newly released report, Home Run for Homes: Celebrating Success of San Diego’s Affordable Homes Bonus Program, dives into how the AHBP is able to succeed in the face of skyrocketing housing costs. Come hear from the program’s architects, in conversation with experts from the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, about how the AHBP could be more widely implemented to tackle California’s ongoing housing crisis.
- Meea Kang / Related California
- Zoe Siegel / Greenbelt Alliance
- Jesse O'Sullivan / Circulate San Diego
- Colin Parent / Circulate San Diego
- Muhammad Alameldin / Terner Center for Housing Innovation
When registering, please use the same email address that you use to receive SPUR emails.
As of January 1, SPUR is using a new platform through which to register for programs. If you're experiencing any difficulties while attempting to register, please use this guide for assistance.
Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.