Inside San Diego’s most expensive affordable housing project

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“An affordable housing project on Metropolitan Transit System property is getting pretty pricey. Driving the news: SkyLINE Apartments, a 99-unit project reserved for low-income residents on a Rancho Bernardo bus station, is on track to cost over $900,000 per unit to build — more than any other affordable housing project in development in the city, according to the San Diego Housing Commission’s latest tracking. Why it matters: Housing affordability is a top concern across San Diego, and the scarcity of options for low-income residents is a driving force in the city’s homelessness crisis.”

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