This Old Saw is Why Our Housing Fix Remains Elusive
Housing Bond Heads to Council
By Matt Adams
While the Registrar of Voters combs through 114,000 signatures to determine if the YES for a Better San Diego TOT increase will qualify for the November ballot, the San Diego City Council continues to consider a $900 million bond for affordable housing and homeless services.
The City Rules […]
Fall Golf Tournament Sponsorships on Sale Wednesday, July 18th!
El Cajon Names New City Manager/Asst. City Manager
BIA Cares Makes Big Donations
BIA Cares, the charitable arm of the Building Industry Association, has provided $10,000 in financial support to CRISIS HOUSE and $5,000 to DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES CONTINUUM.
BIA Cares is partnering with the International Code Council of San Diego, Home Depot and the City of El […]
City of San Diego Staffing Changes Announced
Council Committee Seeks More Live Work Options
By Matt Adams
The San Diego Smart Growth and Land Use Committee will consider modifications to allow more live/work quarters throughout the city.
Going Upside Down
By Borre Winckel, President & CEO
For some time, I used a Martini glass analogy to describe our State’s housing supply picture. The flat base represented subsidy dependent affordable housing. The narrow stem stood for our vanishing middle-income housing segment. The V-shaped bowl held the top tier.
Well, today’s market is […]
The San Diego Planning Commission will do a deep dive into the land use process when it convenes a housing workshop this Thursday. The goal is to better understand the barriers, impediments, and opportunities to increase housing of all types in the City of San Diego.
The City has been at the […]