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CAMBRIA, CA-Students from team Terra Housing Studio of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo have won the recent Bank of America Annual Low Income Housing Challenge for their project, Cambria Pines. The 40-unit multifamily affordable project features low impact development strategies that address local issues such as water shortage.

Terra Housing Studio, in partnership with Peoples’ Self Help Housing Corp., proposed the new residential development in Cambria, a coastal community that is equidistant from Los Angeles and San Francisco along Highway 1. Cambria’s local economy relies heavily on tourism, which requires a pool of low wage workers with various skills, according to a prepared statement.

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