Permits for new construction is down 10% from last year in Southern California. Only two counties saw increases in the number of permits pulled. San Bernardino saw increase of 7% and Riverside, 27 %.
Southern California Real Estate and Neighborhoods
Take a glimpse of what its like to live in a $525 per month units in the new $79.3 million Atmosphere apartment building in downtown San Diego. Unlike a lot of subsidized housing projects, this is located in a central, upscale neighborhood where rents average $1,859.
While Southern California is still not creating enough housing to make a dent in the housing crisis, the pace of housing creation has increased.
A, Quarteryard, temporary park complex created out of shipping containers in downtown San Diego will be moving as the construction of a 34-story office/residential tower begins.