It’s hard to say this early, but a good guideline to estimate the number of units is RHNA, because development up until those thresholds will be streamlined. The link below is a report on how cities are underproducing currently, although this report doesn’t specify production by income category.

http://www.hcd.ca.gov/housing-policy-development/statewide-housing-assessment/docs/exhibitb2_rhnavsproduction.pdf

Once SB 35 gets a hearing in committee this spring, the Housing and Transportation policy staff at the Capitol will do a thorough analysis addressing many of these questions.

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