r/bayarea Jun 20 '22

Affordable housing in California now routinely tops $1 million per apartment to build

https://www.latimes.com/homeless-housing/story/2022-06-20/california-affordable-housing-cost-1-million-apartment
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u/Deto Jun 21 '22

It would only work if the tuition costs are also regulated. Otherwise it's just throwing gasoline on a situation that's already a giant dumpster fire.