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SPUR Event: Why Is It So Expensive to Build Housing in San Francisco?

This is not an event about cohousing per se but an opportunity to get up-to-date perspective on the current housing market from a panel of experts in the field. I assume this would be beneficial to anyone seriously considering developing a cohousing project in San Francisco. -ck

SPUR's event description:
The price of housing in San Francisco is skyrocketing. Part of the reason is that so many people want to live here. But the other key factor is that it’s very difficult and very expensive to build housing in the city. Join an examination of the component costs of bringing housing to market.

Co-sponsored with the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the SF AIA

+ Mark Hogan / Mark Hogan Architect and Markasaurus blogger
+ Daniel Murphy / Urban Green DevCo
+ Blair Allison / Cahill Contractors
+ Libby Seifel / Seifel Consulting

$10 for non-SPUR members
Register through SPUR's web site:
http://www.spur.org/events/2014-01-21/why-it-so-expensive-build-housing-san-francisco

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  • Raines C.

    Enormously packed, it was standing room only in the outside lobby, let alone inside. Some good insights on the challenges of market-driven economics and supply constraints.

    January 21, 2014

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    Cohousing Coach & Community Organizer, Co-Organizer
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