New Park Proposal Looks To Incentivize Affordable Housing Development
San Diego has a new proposal designed to overhaul many of its more dilapidated neighborhood parks and it’s doing so by luring developers towards the city’s transit hubs.
The proposal is not only designed to revitalize parks in historically underserved neighborhoods, but would also incentivize developers into building more affordable housing in the process.
Voice of San Diego reporter MacKenzie Elmer joined Midday Edition on Wednesday with more on the new proposal.
A new city parks proposal that hopes to revitalize the city's overlooked parks also will incentivize developers to build more affordable housing in the process.