San Jose: Bay Area awarded millions in Project Homekey grants for new homeless housing
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Bay Area cities and counties will receive more than $226 million in state grants to create over 800 new units of supportive housing for homeless people, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday.

The money will come from Newsom's Project Homekey program, which helps local governments, tribes and nonprofits fund homeless housing either by buying and converting hotels, apartments and other buildings, or by constructing new units from the ground up.

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