The people who live there include tech workers, retired grandmas, immigrants and middle-class families. Social housing is livable, and it’s available to the middle class


In the U.S., “public housing” might bring to mind buildings in terrible disrepair. But in Austria, many consider public housing, known as social housing, affordable and desirable. Think rooftop swimming pools and saunas, on-site child care, cafes and tennis courts. In Vienna, nearly 3 out of 5 residents live in social housing, and many say that’s one reason the Austrian capital consistently ranks high in quality of life. So how does the city make it work?


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