In a new study, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at the University of Puerto Rico at San Juan and the University and University of Miami studied the dormitory structure in Puerto Rican communities in the United States.
The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, analyzed the housing needs of 1,068 families in Puerto Ricos islands between 2006 and 2020.
It found that the islanders needed about 2,200 rooms and 4,500 beds, and needed to be able to comfortably accommodate around 600 people, which is a small number compared to the 3.6 million people who live on the island.
The research team also found that Puerto Ricans have very limited access to quality, affordable housing and that some of the apartments have been designated as unsafe, or unsafe because of a lack of plumbing, electricity, and other necessities.
The findings also show that the islands are in dire need of affordable housing, according to the researchers.
The islanders, who are mostly low-income, are generally unable to afford basic living expenses, such as rent and utilities, and they are unable to find housing that is suitable for them, the researchers found.
The islands have an average rent of $1,600 a month for a one-bedroom apartment, which the researchers call a “very low” rent.
In a three-bedroom unit, the rent would be $3,600.
The researchers found that some families are renting out their rooms in the form of a “cooperative group,” which is the rent paid by each family member.
The group has a designated person who has the ability to help the families and make arrangements for them to live together.
This group is able to live in the shared space and have the ability and the means to buy their own groceries.
This is a form of co-housing.
The group has been called “living off the grid” and “off-grid living,” and has been very successful in the island’s low-cost housing.
They have been able to get into subsidized housing and affordable housing in the mainland, and the researchers say the islands should consider more affordable housing options.
“It’s not surprising that the living arrangements of many families are quite different from those in the U.S. and many in Puerto Rica,” the researchers said in a press release.
“It is a very positive thing that these islands are not like the U of A, or like Puerto Rico in general, where there is a lack or very little housing.
Instead, they have many more housing options, which are very good and affordable for the island.”
The researchers said that many of the families are currently living in two or three-person units, which can be dangerous, but the group says that the people in the co-habiting group are also able to move between apartments and stay with one family member or the other.
“This is a safe, supportive housing that we’re building, and this is what we want the island to become.
We want to get to a point where we can create a society where people can live in safe and affordable living arrangements,” the authors said.
In an email, Maria Arreguín, an associate professor of architecture at the Univ.
of Puerto Rican, said that the results of the study are very encouraging.
“We were very surprised at how safe the island families are,” Arregua said.
“We’re hopeful that the research and the program will help change the way we think about and live in Puerto Ruíz, especially in terms of how we approach housing.
We hope this study will encourage other academics and researchers to do the same.”
In Puerto Rico, there are many communities where there are very few units available to families, and it is difficult to find units that are suitable for families to live.
The Puerto Rican government has invested in several initiatives aimed at making housing more affordable, including the Puerto Rico Housing Development Authority (PRHDA) and the Puerto Rican Housing Finance Authority (PHFFA).
The latter, the Puerto Ruiz Housing Authority, has also begun to fund affordable housing projects.