Planning for Higher Education Journal

Faculty Homes, Costs, and Neighbors

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From Volume 25 Number 3 | Spring 1997
By Charles Lockwood

Planning for faculty housing in a crowded city requires some innovative moves. Subtitles: Piercing the obstacles; Money, land, and all that; What the houses will be like; A win-win solution? Pull quotes: "Institutions frequently lose faculty prospects to others which have more affordable housing." "The university decided to take a proactive stance." "We looked to other San Francisco neighborhoods for design inspiration." "Where a university's faculty live surely influences the quality of that institution's academic life.

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