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Lift to Rise launches online portal tracking affordable housing projects across Valley

Lift to Rise launches online portal tracking affordable housing projects across Valley

After teaming up with Riverside County and 50 partners, Rodriguez said the portal is not only for the public but for developers and city leaders as well. “What we’ve done is just done an inventory of what projects have been proposed to certain city planning departments in contact with developers on a regular basis about what new projects they’re doing, or projects that are in the work.”

Their new Affordable Housing Pipeline Portal includes an interactive mapping tool, which also identifies areas with future development potential. You’re able to watch as these homes are built from the ground up, providing safe, affordable shelter for Valley residents. Sunline bus routes are also outlined in the portal, which can help developers consider transportation when building a site.

By 2028, Lift to Rise and its partners hope to reduce rent burden for residents by 30%. They say this portal can help them reach that goal– by increasing affordable housing supply.