Category: City Planning

Report: More than 80 applicants for every low-income SF rental

San Francisco had nearly 82 applicants for every one of the 1,025 low-income housing rentals it had available last year,…

4 days ago

Conflicting visions for McDonald’s site highlight neighborhood resistance to homeless services

Local service providers hoping to offer homeless youth services on the site of the former Haight Street McDonald’s while plans…

6 days ago

Senior care facility owners sued over failure to provide affordable units

The owners of a senior care facility who are being sued by The City for failing to provide housing to…

1 week ago

SF Planning Commission adopts sweeping development plan for Central SoMa

The Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a massive neighborhood rezoning plan for San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood that…

2 weeks ago

Major mixed-use development breaks ground at Pier 70

Construction began today at San Francisco’s Pier 70, where a development with more than 1,000 new homes, up to 1.75…

2 weeks ago

Hunters Point Shipyard homeowners call for retesting of Parcel A

Dozens of Bayview Hunters Point Shipyard residents urged the U.S. Navy Monday to test the soil under their hilltop homes…

2 weeks ago

Tetra Tech employees get prison time in Hunters Point cleanup fraud case

Two people have been sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading guilty to falsifying records in the Hunters Point…

3 weeks ago

Bayview Hunters Point residents sue U.S. Navy contractor over data falsification

A class action lawsuit was filed in San Francisco Superior Court Tuesday on behalf of Bayview District residents claiming they…

3 weeks ago