As we first reported last month, San Francisco is expected to add 190,000 new jobs by the end of 2040, new jobs that will be filled in part by a projected 150,000 new residents by 2035 and for which a projected 92,000 new housing units will be needed, double the existing pipeline of units in development throughout San Francisco as mapped above.
And as we first wrote back in 2007: “Going green might be trendy (and we’re all for it), but as far as we’re concerned it’s a focus on density (and infill) that will define the next era in San Francisco’s development, neighborhoods, and lifestyle.” That’s a bingo.
∙ Planning For A Projected 190,000 New Jobs In San Francisco By 2040 [SocketSite]
∙ The 43,580 New Units In San Francisco’s Current Housing Pipeline [SocketSite]
∙ The Next Era In San Francisco’s Development: It’s All About Density [SocketSite]