Category: City Planning

Affordable housing plans at shipyard move forward despite concerns over radioactive contamination

The City is forging ahead with plans to develop a 28,792 square-foot site on Parcel A at the Hunters Point…

3 days ago

Environmental advocates, Russian bathhouse challenge India Basin development

Environmental advocates and a Russian bathhouse have filed appeals of a massive India Basin development project in Hunters Point that…

4 days ago

Chinatown public housing complex celebrates makeover

The conclusion of a year-long effort to rehabilitate 92 affordable housing units in Chinatown for seniors and people with disabilities…

3 weeks ago

Hundreds of property owners have yet to comply with seismic retrofit deadlines

Hundreds of San Francisco property owners required to seismically retrofit their buildings have yet to file for permits before next…

3 weeks ago

Candidates’ ties to Shipyard project, developer at issue in District 10 race

The botched cleanup of the contaminated Hunters Point Shipyard is a sensitive issue in the highly competitive District 10 Board…

3 weeks ago

Mayor calls for in-law unit applications to be expedited

Under an executive directive issued by San Francisco Mayor London Breed, hundreds of applications for new rent-controlled in-law units are…

4 weeks ago

Fisherman’s Wharf hopes to lure in locals

Fisherman’s Wharf is looking to haul a new catch: San Franciscans. The neighborhood has weathered tougher tourist seasons of late…

4 weeks ago

Toxic relationship: the fraud at Hunters Point

A 60-day public comment period on the retesting plan for a portion of the Hunters Point Shipyard where fraud has…

1 month ago