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San Diego housing production must triple if the city is to meet its state-mandated goal, new report says

San Diego housing production must triple if the city is to meet its state-mandated goal, new report says

San Diego is falling short of its housing production goals, particularly for low- and moderate-income housing. The city needs to triple its housing production to meet its state-mandated goal of 108,000 new units by 2029. The report also highlights concerns about housing concentration in certain neighborhoods and the declining effectiveness of existing incentives. The number of approved housing units has increased, but the city is still far behind its targets. City officials are urging the approval of more incentives and the exploration of new strategies to address the housing shortage.

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