To Win Over NIMBYs, Build Workforce Housing That Resonates

Apartment complex with an outdoor swimming pool and bocce ball courts, showcasing recreational amenities for residents.

When NIMBY (not in my backyard) groups block new workforce housing developments, they believe they’re preserving their neighborhoods. But, without sufficient middle-income rental housing for those earning 60 to120 percent of area median income, home prices and rents will continue to rise, and the service workers that help communities thrive will be displaced...

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