Housing shortages throughout California and the economic and social needs of local communities have sparked a growing interest in infill housing, which is higher density housing, often created in the midst of existing neighborhoods. Infill housing can involve the creation or modification of condominiums, apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes. Infill housing represents not only a response to a housing shortage but also an attempt to address other problems facing California communities. Successful infill housing can only be achieved, however, by understanding the problems, needs, and limitations of each individual community.
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