With a Housing Crunch, Cities Rethink Single-Family Neighborhoods

It's part of a growing movement of cities across California, and the country, to rethink traditional single-family neighborhoods as way to tackle high housing costs and redress decades of racial segregation in housing. Small, multi-family buildings mixed in among single-family homes could happen a lot more.

One housing researcher says, "There's a real need in high-cost cities to explore where we can build new homes, and that includes looking at single-family homes, which for decades have been sacrosanct." 

Read (and listen to) the news report from NPR.