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Low income housing might get a boost

Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about the 30 foot building height limit set in many coastal areas of San Diego and how a low income housing project might break that height restriction.

A project in Pacific Beach called the Rose Creek Apartments, got the OK from the California's Department of Housing and Community Development to build above the 30 foot limit.

Its still a long way off from breaking ground and we do not know what amount of community opposition it will face.

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