If the team can pull that off, it will help fill a big hole that San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s office is also furiously trying to plug. San Francisco produced only 16 percent of the housing units it needed for moderate-income residents over the last seven years – compared to 86 percent of the need for above-moderate-income residents and 24 percent for low-income residents, according to the Association of Bay Area Governments.

Source: The missing middle: San Francisco developers rethink how to build housing in reach of the middle class – San Francisco Business Times