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Six ways to solve Hong Kong housing problem – from water pipes to ...
South China Morning Post
With plans in place to turn shipping containers into public housing in Kowloon, we've found six other intriguing building alternatives that could be implemented to help ease the city's growing affordability crisis.

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Simi Valley Acorn

Society endeavors to preserve Simi history
Simi Valley Acorn
The replicas include the colony homes, the railroad depot, the hotel, the schoolhouse and the church. HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN A NUTSHELL. The Simi Valley Historical Society, which manages the Strathearn Historical Park and Museum, is made up of about 140 ...


Petaluma Argus Courier

Petaluma housing project stalled
Petaluma Argus Courier
A major Petaluma housing project is in limbo after a developer decided to sell the venture, delaying construction of new homes in the city at a time of an acute housing shortage. The Riverfront development on a vacant 35-acre property bordered by ...


South China Morning Post

Homes made from old shipping containers set to be built for 100 needy families in Sham Shui Po
South China Morning Post
Set to be the first of their kind in Hong Kong, stackable units converted from shipping containers are to be erected in the downtown residential district of Sham Shui Po as a new form of housing for needy families. Private developers Henderson Land ...


Bloomington Pantagraph

PFOP: 'Prefab' homes prized in postwar years
Bloomington Pantagraph
Under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act (popularly known as the “G.I. Bill”), veterans were offered 30-year mortgages with low interest rates and no down payments. Miller Hatchery and Farm Store offered “G.I. Homes” from the West Chicago-based Economy ...