Greenville News article — What we found: Potential solutions to Greenville’s affordable housing crisis

The Greenville News has published an article about what may be done to provide more affordable housing opportunities in the Greenville area.

“The Greenville area still needs approximately 20,000 more units of low-cost housing, according to a coalition of housing groups in the city and county.

After the Greenville News’ Cost of Unity series explored the depth of the affordable housing crisis here in Greenville, we now try to answer the question of what can be done to combat this housing crisis…”

Click here to read the entire article.

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