Chris Garret — This article did not suggest opposing all market-rate development.
Jeffrey Levin

“As you note, the Berkeley report says that building affordable housing is at least twice as effective as building market-rate housing. So if we want to reduce displacement, affordable housing is a much more efficient way to do so.”

This statement seems true to me, but note that not building market-rate housing does not replace displacement *at all*, so maybe not trying to stop it is an important part of reducing displacement as much as possible.

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