75 San Diego affordable housing units will be built using state funding

SAN DIEGO — Two affordable housing developments in San Diego will receive $20.75 million in Homekey grants from the State of California.

The city said on Wednesday that more affordable housing and services for the homeless will be built with the funds allotted.

These monies will be used by the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) to construct 75 additional units of affordable rental housing in City Council District 2.

The proof is unmistakably evident. According to Council President Sean Elo-Rivera, “housing ends homelessness, particularly homes with support services that meet the specific needs of people experiencing homelessness.” “We will be able to drastically improve the lives of 75 of San Diego’s most vulnerable citizens thanks to this Homekey funding.”

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