In this quiz, “affordable housing” refers to projects that have long-term, restricted rents affordable to lower-income households. The term does not refer to housing that has lower rents because it is older and poorly maintained.
Test your ability to identify the developments that are affordable and those that are market rate by scrolling over the photos below:

Studio 819 in Mountain View is an affordable housing project with 13 studio units affordable to very low-income individuals and 35 to low-income individuals.
Affordable or Market Rate?
1991 Story Road in San Jose is market-rate.
Affordable or Market Rate?
The Pierce in San Jose is market-rate
Affordable or Market Rate?
DeVries Place is an affordable housing project in Milpitas with 63 units affordable to ELI families and 40 to VLI families.
Affordable or Market Rate?
Villa Torino in San Jose is market-rate.
Affordable or Market Rate?
Lawrence Station in Sunnyvale is primarily market-rate (12.5% of the units are affordable under an inclusionary requirement).
Affordable or Market Rate?
Donner Lofts in San Jose is an affordable housing development with 21 units affordable to ELI households and 80 to VLI households.
Affordable or Market Rate?
1997 Poco Way in San Jose is market-rate.
Affordable or Market Rate?
Alamden Lake Apartments in San Jose is affordable housing project with all 143 units affordable to VLI families.
Affordable or Market Rate?
The Meridian in San Jose is market-rate.
Affordable or Market Rate?
Onizuka Crossing in Sunnyvale is an affordable housing project with 12 units affordable to ELI households and 45 to VLI households.
Affordable or Market Rate?
Taylor Oaks in San Jose is an affordable housing development with 6 units affordable to ELI families and 52 to VLI families.
Affordable or Market Rate?