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City Readies Vote on Plan to Convert Hotels for Homeless; 332 Residences to Cost $321,000 Each – NBC 7 San Diego

Two San Diego hotels could soon become permanent housing — with support services — for the homeless.

San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer, along with City Councilmembers Georgette Gomez and Chris Ward, announced a plan on Monday to transform the Residence Inn Hotel Circle and Residence Inn Kearny Mesa into permanent homes for people looking to transition to the housing.

The purchase price for the hotels would be $106.5 million. The Hotel Circle site would be $67 million, while Kearny Mesa would cost $39.5 million. Those figures do not include closing or renovation costs, a housing official said. That breaks down

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