Marin County

  • Lucas Moves Forward on $150M Affordable Housing Project

    George Lucas is set to heavily invest in the development of the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest affordable housing project. The endeavor is projected to cost upwards of $150 million, with the creator of the Star Wars franchise set to pay for the project in its entirety. This will allow the developer to allocate the housing units that will be made available at the Grady Ranch site in Marin County to specific groups of people such as firefighters, teachers and nurses.

    San Francisco 25 April 2015 02:49

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