Google SJ plan is short
on affordable housing
Re. “Google releases development details,” Page A1, April 6:
Google’s investment in downtown San Jose is nothing short of crucial, however, it is lacking in several key areas.
For starters, it is no secret that the city needs more affordable housing, but the plan included does not alleviate the housing issue enough. The proposed 600 units of affordable housing seem laughable compared to the 4,000 new housing units detailed in the plan. Both of those numbers pale in comparison to the 7.3 million square feet
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