Project Brings Much-Needed Affordable Housing To Downtown San Diego
June 1, 2017

Project Brings Much-Needed Affordable Housing To Downtown San Diego

With San Diego housing costs on the rise, the introduction of a new affordable housing project opens up apartments to those who would otherwise be unable to afford them.

Vicki and Ted Lozano, seniors with disabilities who had been on an affordable housing wait list for nearly 10 years, are among the families moving into Atmosphere, San Diego's newest affordable housing project, which held its grand opening celebration Thursday.…

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