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Voices of the Community
How the Covid-19 Pandemic is impacting downtown San Francisco
Interview
Sarah Wright and Kevin Truong from the San Francisco Standard & George Koster
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This is part three of our three episodes exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting San Francisco's downtown neighborhood and economy along with the efforts to address the issues in the reinvention of downtown San Francisco. As downtown San Francisco continues to struggle to come back from the Covid-19 pandemic one of the ideas that is being discussed is to convert office buildings into housing to address San Franciscos decades long affordable housing crisis.
Voices of the Community
George Koster
Eric Estrada
Kasey Nance, Citron Studio
KSFP 102.5FM
Alien Boy Productions
Bay Area Video Coalition
This is part three of our three episodes exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting San Francisco's downtown neighborhood and economy along with the efforts to address the issues in the reinvention of downtown San Francisco. As downtown San Francisco continues to struggle to come back from the Covid-19 pandemic one of the ideas that is being discussed is to convert office buildings into housing to address San Franciscos decades long affordable housing crisis.

We wanted to dig deeper into this idea of converting offices into housing and explore all of the issues of making this happen in San Francisco along with examples of other cities who have actually converted offices to housing. Our guests also tell us about the State of Californias pressure on San Franciscos government to build more housing since according to Californias Department of Housing and Community Development, San Francisco is the slowest jurisdiction in the state to move housing projects to construction.

In this episode we feature the voices of two local reporters Sarah Wright and Kevin Truong from the San Francisco Standard who have done in-depth reporting on the office to housing conversion along with issues facing our housing, and business sectors.

The Reinvention of Downtown San Francisco - Part 3 Download Program Podcast
This is part 3 of a 3-part series on Covid-19's impact on downtown San Francisco
00:29:30 1 Oct. 17, 2022
San Francisco, CA
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