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Nick Deitch

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Nick Deitch is an architect at Main Street Architects.

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As the smoke clears, the question turns to rebuilding homes and structures that have been lost. Where does somebody start? And, what happens when a fire meets a housing crisis?

Rebuilding and searching for new housing in a housing crisis

As the smoke clears, the question turns to rebuilding homes and structures that have been lost. Where does somebody start? And, what happens when a fire meets a housing crisis?

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