An eight unit apartment building in Stinson Beach has been purchased by the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin, ensuring it will remain a source of affordable housing. David Briggs

Stinson Beach just landed its first permanently affordable housing: the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin closed last week on a deal to purchase an eight-unit apartment complex in town for about $3 million. The purchase ensures that the units will be rented affordably, as the property will operate under a deed restriction.

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