Few places in the United States boast higher land prices than the San Francisco Bay Area, so when Daly City, Calif., just south of San Francisco, donated a .69-acre parcel worth $3 million to Habitat for Humanity, the non-profit builder made every square inch count. Rather than use the single-family building model it’s famous for, Habitat employed its “sweat equity” building model and a team of volunteers to put up a 36-condo multifamily unit. Affordable Housing Finance, Builder’s sister publication, has the full story.