To outsiders, the fashionable new building in San Francisco’s Mission District may look like the latest wave of condos and rentals for young professionals who have long been drawn to the neighborhood.
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But that’s not the case. Over the last two years, several smaller 20- or 30-unit market-priced buildings have opened, but all larger new mission district complexes have been subsidized for affordable housing. increase. Moving families working in outlying areas — Lost about 8,000 Latin families between 2010 and 2020.
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