SF Affordable Housing Bond Campaign Launches

This November, San Francisco voters will have the chance to pass a $310 million bond for affordable housing — a key part of the broader $2.7 billion plan for funding affordable housing in San Francisco over the next 20 years. While the last two affordable housing bonds failed to get the needed two-thirds vote, SPUR is very optimistic that the measure will pass this time. SPUR’s executive director, Gabriel Metcalf, is co-chairing the campaign, along with Gail Gilman of Community Housing Partnership and Eric Tao of AGI Capital. The hope is that this campaign will be a core focus of everyone who believes in the need to add housing supply at all levels in San Francisco.

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