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Accessory Dwelling Units: a new look at an historic solution to increasing density and cutting resource use.
The UC Berkeley NewsCenter, September 13, 2011
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The Theater of Gentrification
The Berkeley Daily Planet, February 12, 2008
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Bay Area Rebuffs Real Estate Slump
The Modesto Bee, October 30, 2007
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Empowering Communities Through Leadership Development and Capacity Building
A HUD publication, 2007
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On California Infill Housing Study:
Bay Area needs to rethink rules on land use, zoning. SF Gate.com, October 21, 2007. READ ARTICLE…
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Infill can handle a sizeable part—but only a part—of state housing need, UC report reveals. Bay Area Home Builder, June 2006, page 18. READ ARTICLE...

Bay Area: A red flag against sprawl. San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 2006, page B-1. READ ARTICLE...

Study pushes infill housing: Underutilized land in Bay Area could have 350,000 units. San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 2006, page C-1. READ ARTICLE...

On Workforce Development Study:
Study: Not all entry-level IT work headed offshore. CNET News.com, July 15, 2005. READ ARTICLE...

Study shows promise of entry-level IT jobs for low-wage workers. Berkeleyan, July 14, 2005. READ ARTICLE...

 

 

 

 

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THE FUTURE OF INFILL HOUSING IN CALIFORNIA

Opportunities, Potential, Feasibility, and Demand

During the next few decades, California will likely grow at a rate of 4 to 5 million new residents every ten years. Image of bookIf this amount of continuous population growth is to be accommodated without irretrievably harming the state's unique ecosystems, a good deal of it must occur within existing urban and suburban areas.

This report offers a statewide perspective on the potential to address a portion of California's housing need through infill development.

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