Soil engineers work outside the Millennium Tower in San Francisco in September 2016. The 58-story building has gained notoriety as the “leaning tower of San Francisco.” But Joe Mathews says California’s fear of high rises is making the housing shortage worse.
Soil engineers work outside the Millennium Tower in San Francisco in September 2016. The 58-story building has gained notoriety as the “leaning tower of San Francisco.” But Joe Mathews says California’s fear of high rises is making the housing shortage worse. Eric Risberg AP
Soil engineers work outside the Millennium Tower in San Francisco in September 2016. The 58-story building has gained notoriety as the “leaning tower of San Francisco.” But Joe Mathews says California’s fear of high rises is making the housing shortage worse. Eric Risberg AP

California’s fear of high-rises is making housing crisis worse

October 27, 2017 11:00 AM