Season 4 Episode 11: Affordable Housing, or the Lack Thereof

Learn more about the history of inclusionary zoning and affordable housing in Santa Fe, and how it’s led to the current shortage

In this episode, Katherine Lewin interviews SFR staff writer Leah Cantor about her cover series, the first installment of which came out this week. This two-part series is all about affordable housing, or the lack of it, in Santa Fe, including how inclusionary zoning laws put in place years ago has partially created this current housing shortage in the city.

READ MORE: House Rules – Inclusionary zoning is one of Santa Fe’s biggest affordability problems and one of its best solutions >>

The second part of Leah ‘s series on affordable housing in Santa Fe publishes next Wednesday, March 10th.

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