sfbayview.com -- Tens of thousands of our public housing units may be lost as a result, and while thousands of families in public housing are placed at risk of living in substandard conditions or made homeless, the Berkeley Housing Authority (BHA) has recently entered into an exclusive negotiating rights contract to sell Berkeley’s 75 occupied public housing units to billionaire Stephen M. Ross, owner of The Related Companies of California and the Miami Dolphins. Billionaire Ross is already involved in a housing project in Oakland that displaced 178 poor public housing families from their homes at the former Coliseum Gardens Public Housing Project, now called Lion Creek Crossings.
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