Housing Action Coalition

Proposition C would give the Board of Supervisors — rather than voters — the power to increase the number of affordable housing units in new developments. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner file photo)

Prop. C would let city legislators determine affordable housing requirements in new developments

San Francisco voters will decide in June whether city legislators — rather…

 

Owners of a vacant church at Fillmore and Fell streets, most recently used as the roller skating disco Church of 8 Wheels, are looking to convert the building into residential units, commercial/retail and community space. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

City planners push for below-market-rate housing in church development

As developers scour the nearly 50 square miles of San Francisco for…

 

A development proposed near Fifth and Mission streets has some people worried that current residents could face eviction if too many well-heeled new residents move in.  (Courtesy Forest City)

5M project shows we need to protect, sustain existing housing

No amount of shiny gifts can ease the threat of housing displacement.…

 

SF introduces new incentives for building below market-rate homes

City planners this week unveiled a much-awaited program to provide incentives for…