San Francisco Construction Project Seeks to Respond to Housing Crisis

Casa Adelante draft. Photo: Fernando Andrés Torres

Casa Adelante draft. Photo: Fernando Andrés Torres

 In San Francisco, five housing projects are underway that will build more than 600 apartments for low-income families in the Mission District, the city’s oldest neighborhood. This was made possible by collaboration among housing activists, the mayor’s office and entrepreneurs, who joined resources in an extraordinary effort to confront the shortage of affordable housing in one of the most expensive cities in the country. Fernando Andrés Torres reports from a ceremony to break ground for the most recent project.

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