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It appears a ballot measure in San Francisco, which limits office development if the city misses its affordable housing target, will pass. So reports The San Francisco Examiner.

san francisco 1633202 640smallProposition E locked up 55% of affirmative votes as nearly all precincts had reported as of press time. Once official, San Francisco will need more than 2,000 new units to hit its target, or else office space development will be at risk next year.

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