"San Francisco does it. New York does it. So does Washington. As their housing costs have skyrocketed, pricing out the working poor and making it difficult for even middle-income people to find affordable housing, those cities have adopted laws requiring new developments to include subsidized units for low-wage workers.
Now, a City Council member wants Philadelphia to join the club.
The difference, of course, is that Philadelphia already has some of the cheapest housing stock of any big American city."
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