Return to sprawl more about supply than demand

Getting new housing built in San Francisco is a famously difficult endeavor. The city is hemmed in by water on three sides, ran out of greenfield tracts to build on in the 1950s and is full of people who think their city is perfect as it is and doesn’t need to get any bigger –…

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