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Josiah Almodovar, 3, outside the Doria apartments, an affordable housing complex in Irvine. His parents, Jose and Dionne Almodovar got on the waiting list two years ago and have been living there since 2011.

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All of the units at Doria apartments in Irvine are affordable units with the waiting list about 1,600 people deep. Phase 2 is being built by the property’s owner Jamboree Housing.

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