Senate Bill (SB) 9, one of California's most sweeping zoning reform bills, became law on January 1, 2022. By allowing single-family owners to create up to four housing units on their property, the law
Missing Middle Housing
Terner Center and ABAG Present: Best Practices to Implement SB 9 and Missing Middle Housing in the Bay Area
Resources for the Missing Middle Work Group session 6, "Talking About Middle Housing."
The video, slide presentation, and small group notes for the Missing Middle Work Group session 5, "Projecting Middle Housing Production."
The video, slide presentation, and small group notes for the Missing Middle Work Group session 4, "Making Middle Housing Affordable."
The video, slide presentation, small group notes, and zoning guidebook for the Missing Middle Work Group session 3, "Making Middle Housing Happen."
The video, slide presentation, small group notes, and report for the Missing Middle Work Group session 2, "The Middle Housing Market."
Session One of the Missing Middle Housing Work Group included an overview of missing middle housing and a case study from Oregon.
In this three-part video series from AARP, Opticos Design’s Daniel Parolek introduces the concept of “missing middle housing” — a range of housing types from duplexes to triplexes to cottage courts to
Portland, Oregon has been a leader in recent efforts to add multifamily housing to a wide range of neighborhood types. The Better Housing by Design project aims to create more diverse, more affordable
"Middle Housing Zoning Changes and Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA)" offers guidance for jurisdictions on how to approach quantifying potential housing production resulting from "middle