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Residential Redevelopment of Commercially Zoned Land in California

Authors:

Dr. Issi Romem, Terner Fellow

David Garcia, Policy Director, Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Read the full report here.

 

The report features maps that illustrate the distribution of commercial land in the state’s four largest metropolitan areas. Full interactive maps linked below:

The five-county Los Angeles-Long Beach Combined Statistical Area (CSA)— “Greater Los Angeles”

The twelve-county San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland CSA—“The Bay Area”

The one-county San Diego-Carlsbad CBSA—“The San Diego Metro Area”

The seven-county Sacramento-Roseville CSA—“The Sacramento Metro Area”

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