A couple months ago I asked, Does SF need micro apartments? Alon Levy responded that “A lot of these policies – micro apartments, shared housing, whatever – strikes me as a hack to get around the kvetchers before they notice.”
It would appear that the kvetchers have noticed.
From an article in yesterday’s San Francisco Chronicle, we learn that the Housing Rights Committee is opposed to micro apartments because they don’t “build a sense of community or neighborhood,” but rather serve as “crash pads for people who work 24/7 in Silicon Valley and need a place in the city to sleep and party.”
Well, we certainly can’t have those people moving into our
tony Atlanta suburb diverse, liberal city now can we.