Category: City Planning

‘Ghost bike’ laid at site where pedicab operator struck, killed — surviving friends call for action

Friends of a recently killed pedicab operator are calling on The City to make the Embarcadero safer. Kevin Manning, 66…

2 hours ago

Shipyard residents call radioativity scan launched by state health department ‘inadequate’

A state Department of Public Health effort to scan a residential development at the Hunters Point Shipyard for signs of…

8 hours ago

Supervisors back Chinatown pot ban despite Planning Commission objections

The Planning Commission is not high on the idea, but a ban on marijuana businesses in Chinatown is poised for…

8 hours ago

Report: Multi-family housing concentrated in one part of the city

The bulk of San Francisco’s multi-family housing is concentrated in just one sector of The City, according a report presented…

2 days ago

Support grows for housing project with ‘mother of all mixed-incomes’ on northeast parking lots

An affordable housing development that would transform two parking lots in San Francisco’s northeast waterfront into 178 homes for seniors,…

3 days ago

Supes begin review of Central SoMa plan expected to add 8K homes, 33K jobs

After nearly eight years of planning, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors is poised to rezone the Central SoMa neighborhood to…

1 week ago

Testing plan released for residential site at Hunters Point Ship does not include homes

The California Department of Public Health on Friday released a plan for testing a residential portion of the Hunters Point…

1 week ago

Civil grand jury backs plans for union-staffed modular housing factory in SF

San Francisco should launch a union-staffed modular housing factory to lower construction costs and speed up development, a civil grand…

2 weeks ago