Construction will soon begin on an affordable housing apartment complex and public parking garage project in downtown San Mateo called Kiku Crossing to address the dearth of affordable housing, with developers and the city excited about the project’s potential.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill Biden recently signed and another piece of House-passed legislation could send huge amounts of money to address critical Bay Area needs. Here are some ways those large sums might translate for local communities.
On the Edge of Homelessness: The Vulnerability of Extremely Low-Income Households in the Bay Area presents data on the demographic, housing, and labor market characteristics of ELI households in the 9-county Bay Area region.
San Francisco Business Times checks in with two of the of the Bay Area’s largest nonprofit developers who have been tackling the crisis for years. Here’s what they think are the tailwinds, headwinds and biggest stories of building affordable housing right now along with their organizations’ notable projects.
Regarding “Politics could gut housing funds” (Editorial, Oct. 27): The Build Back Better legislation making its way through Congress is an opportunity for the federal government to get it right on affordable housing and homelessness. At stake is the creation of 2 million affordable homes over 10 years, including
As Democratic lawmakers scramble to accommodate the demands of Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, hugely important sections of President Biden’s signature Build Back Better initiative are being sliced away behind closed doors, including $327 billion for housing.