All posts tagged “berkeley

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Our cities are full

One of the most common objections to new housing is that the place is already too crowded and potentially even full. But Jerusalem Demsas’ recently article in The Atlantic about how much people seem to hate other people is a good reminder that the topic… Read More

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Market vs. subsidized

Miriam Zuk and Karen Chapple of the University of California, Berkeley, recently published a research brief called Housing Production, Filtering and Displacement: Untangling the Relationships.  It’s a nuanced look at the impact of both market-rate and subsidized housing production on affordability and displacement within the… Read More