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“We know that there’s a shortage of high-quality rental and for-sale housing, all of it,” Kenneth Ho, a principal with Westside, told The G.E.S. Gazette in a recent interview. “It’s impacting everyone, whether you’re a minimum- wage earner or a senior on fixed income.”
Of the 25 percent of units that would be income-restricted, half of the units would be rentals, reserved for those making 30 percent or less of the area median income, Ho said. The other half would be for-sale units, restricted to those earning between 70 and 120 percent of median income.
“While they’re conceptual, we really wanted to give folks a sense of what this property can be,” Ho said of the latest renderings and map. “We really want to emphasize that this is in line with that community desires; a regionally sized park and housing to combat the housing crisis.”