A flyer argues in favor of the 4th and Freelon project’s superior affordability compared to other housing under Inclusionary Housing Legislation.
Sister Bernie Galvin urges Supervisors to vote in favor of the Fourth and Freelon Special Use District and pave the way for the erection of the Galvin Apartments.
Affordable housing proponents pushed for greater flexibility in the 2002 inclusionary housing law, to allow for more housing for low-income residents.
Sister Bernie Galvin expresses her gratitude for being the namesake of THC’s Galvin Apartments.
Builder Joe Cassidy applauds the Board of Supervisors’ decision to allow developers to exceed height and density restrictions and prepares for his estimated $9 million construction of what will become THC’s Galvin Apartments.