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Thursday, January 14, 2016


It is a good and bad thing that it is getting harder for housing to be built in the Mission. (SF Chronicle January 14, 2016) The bad is that needed housing is harder to be built. The good is that builders, architects and real estate entrepreneurs must not make so much money by driving low-income people out. Of course, they should make a profit. But the issue is how much is enough?

Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena just won the Pritzker Architecture Prize because he created low-cost homes. (SF Chronicle January 14, 2016) If San Francisco builders want to find innovative ways to build housing for low rent citizens they can look to Aravena’s methods to save costs and perhaps even to make some money.


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