Tag: San Francisco Planning Department

Bayview landlord to pay $2M to settle city lawsuit over ‘unsafe’ veteran housing

A landlord has agreed to pay San Francisco $2 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that she illegally crammed dozens…

4 months ago

How do you envision transit infrastructure along the Embarcadero?

Do you commute, walk, skate, bike or drive along the Embarcadero? If so, swing by an SFMTA open house this Thursday…

2 years ago

SF to hold 'ugliest lawn' competition in response to drought

Beautifully manicured, green lawns requiring constant watering could win an ugliest yard competition the San Francisco Department of the Environment…

3 years ago

Cottage industry: The ups and downs of building backyard homes in SF

The simplest solution to San Francisco's housing crisis, development advocates say, is to build more housing units and more buildings…

3 years ago

SF grants another extension to Academy of Art University over code violations

Earlier this year, it seemed San Francisco code enforcers had finally had enough with longtime noncomplier the Academy of Art…

4 years ago

SF apartment project planned near freeway

The intersection of Ninth and Bryant streets — where U.S. Highway 101 dumps four lanes of traffic into South of…

4 years ago

Medical marijuana dispensaries could open in new parts of SF under proposal

The real estate in San Francisco available to medical cannabis dispensaries could double under possible changes to The City’s rules…

4 years ago

SF rental stock directive met with some resistance

Early last month, The City’s bureaucratic gears shifted to quicken how regulators deal with housing construction and maintain rental units.…

4 years ago