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Upzoning Under SB 50: The Influence of Local Conditions on the Potential for New Supply

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In this brief, we explore what might happen were SB 50 to pass by taking a detailed look at local market conditions in four case study neighborhoods. Local context shapes financial and physical feasibility. When SB 827, the predecessor to SB 50, was under consideration, estimates of its impact on new housing supply were optimistic. Yet, most of these estimates focused on aggregate development potential and did not consider the on-the-ground reality of other zoning provisions that may influence development, what types of projects might pencil out, or what the existing stock looks like.

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  • Nolan, Jared, 2019. "Upzoning Under SB 50: The Influence of Local Conditions on the Potential for New Supply," Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings qt1rw1z3mx, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley.
  • Handle: RePEc:cdl:itsrrp:qt1rw1z3mx
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