Tag: San Francisco housing

Judge blocks SF law that provides eviction protections for teachers

A San Francisco Superior Court judge has blocked a city ordinance protecting school employees from evictions during the school year,…

2 years ago

Judge grants motion ordering SF landlord not to discriminate against Section 8 tenants

A San Francisco Superior Court judge has granted an injunction against a landlord and real estate agent ordering them to…

2 years ago

Planning Commission questions site eligibility for Affordable Housing Bonus Program

The Planning Commission late Thursday night continued to question a proposed program that aims to incentivize more below-market-rate housing in…

3 years ago

Judge strikes down another SF eviction payment law

A recently-enacted law in The City that requires landlords to pay up to $50,000 in relocation fees to evicted tenants…

3 years ago

Homeless families in SF decrease significantly

Type of unit: apartment Number of bedrooms/bathrooms: 0/1 Location: San Francisco Monthly rent: $1,600 Such is a listing that very…

3 years ago

Neighbors want more below-market-rate units in proposed SF development

Residents are generally supportive of a proposed mixed-use development that would replace a gas station and car wash at Oak…

3 years ago

Wiener: With rejection of Mission moratorium, let’s move forward with solutions

On Tuesday night, the Board of Supervisors rejected a moratorium on new housing in the Mission. This contentious issue arose…

3 years ago

In SF, any old slum is a hot property

San Francisco is so desirable a place to live these days, it seems any property will fetch a high price.…

4 years ago