A battle has erupted over the future of the dilapidated Western Addition public housing project which the city wants to redevelop with 755 new homes – a mix of public, affordable and market-priced housing.
Plaza East, where the mayor of London Breed grew up, is set to be reinvented just 20 years after the city rebuilt it, but after years of complaints about substandard conditions. The plan calls for the reconstruction of all 193 social housing units while adding 292 affordable and 270 market-priced units to create a mixed-income community.
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