The Goal.

A comprehensive effort to close the state’s growing “housing gap” by producing one million more homes in 10 years—a plan that expands resources for subsidized affordable housing, while also increasing production of market-rate housing near transit and jobs.

The Problem.

With supply falling far below demand, California needs to dramatically increase the supply of all types of housing, including affordable housing for low- and middle-income earners. State resources are constrained and communities face obstacles to building more homes close to jobs and transit.

FEATURED STORIES

August 23, 2017

CA Economic Summit urges Legislature to act on housing “package,” highlights what must come next

Housing leaders also call for addressing major unresolved issues like the high cost of building Read More »

REPORTING

Year in Review: Looking back at California’s 2014 infrastructure news
December 29, 2014 by Fred Silva and John Guenther

Year in Review: Looking back at California’s 2014 infrastructure news

New infrastructure financing tools should pay dividends for cities Read More »

Using Pay for Success to enable healthy housing choices
November 05, 2014 by Dan Rinzler, Mary Cunningham, and Phil Tegeler

Using Pay for Success to enable healthy housing choices

Why Pay for Success financing makes sense for housing mobility Read More »

Report: Millennials less in love with the car than previous generations
October 28, 2014

Report: Millennials less in love with the car than previous generations

Implication for infrastructure planning is immense Read More »

Report breaks down cost of affordable housing projects in California
October 14, 2014

Report breaks down cost of affordable housing projects in California

Study shows how more cost-effective projects can be built Read More »

If you build it, they will stay: Solving millennials’ housing puzzle
August 14, 2014

If you build it, they will stay: Solving millennials’ housing puzzle

How housing shortage impedes California’s economy by pricing out a skilled demographic Read More »

What’s in store on Capitol Day: How to make the promise of SB 375 a reality
August 07, 2014 by By Paul Granillo and Eloy Oakley

What’s in store on Capitol Day: How to make the promise of SB 375 a reality

Finding new ways to build communities that can grow our economy Read More »

Smart planning needed for California cities to become more walkable
June 30, 2014

Smart planning needed for California cities to become more walkable

Study says Millennials driving demand for walkable living and working Read More »

Summit leaders support more housing funding in state budget talks
June 04, 2014

Summit leaders support more housing funding in state budget talks

Goal is creating a permanent source for affordable housing money in an expensive state Read More »

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