housing

SF’s shrinking population of children raises concern for city planners

An educational presentation on San Francisco's low population of children took place…

 

Offers on Oakland homes increase 62 percent in two months

According to real estate site Redfin, Oakland's housing boom has taken a…

 

Community meeting Saturday to address Richmond District transit

The San Francisco Planning Department will be hosting a community meeting Saturday to…

 

Application to convert SROs to tourist hotels meets with opposition

The San Francisco Planning Commission will consider an application Thursday to convert…

Sierra Club launches new partnership with focus on housing displacement

A new partnership was announced Wednesday between the Sierra Club and Causa Justa::Just…

Nationwide homeless population drops, while SF sees increase

The homeless population across the U.S. has decreased during the past seven…

Peskin faces one challenger in quest for four-year term as supervisor

After defeating Mayor Ed Lee’s appointee to the Board of Supervisors last…

Which SF neighborhood has the Bay Area’s highest average home sales price?

No doubt about it, buying a home in San Francisco is expensive.…

SF’s inclusionary housing rates look for ‘sweet spot’

San Francisco needs more affordable housing, but how much should be mandated…

Airbnb to limit users to one host listing in SF starting Nov. 1

San Francisco users of the short-term accommodation site Airbnb will only be…

Affordable housing development announced in Excelsior District

Mayor Ed Lee on Monday morning announced a new housing development in…

Measures on November ballot seek solutions to SF’s housing crisis

San Francisco voters will again see a strong presence of housing-related measures…

Powdered milk and moving vans: The fight for affordable housing

The tin can with “Pork” stamped on it, the box of powdered…

Despite sinking Millennium Tower, SF advances $6.8M for nearby Transbay Center

Despite concerns over the sinking Millennium Tower, a city committee approved spending…

City attorney subpoenas developer of troubled Millennium Tower

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Tuesday subpoenaed the developer of…

San Francisco plans for first uses of 2015 housing bond

San Francisco is about to put to work the funds of a…

Tenderloin health efforts break from tradition as support for supervised injection sites grows

Solving intractable problems in an urban environment like the Tenderloin takes some…

SF seeks to upzone Central SoMa neighborhood

San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood is preparing for a renaissance. With…

Integrated housing and transit policies are key for San Francisco’s future

We’re on the edge of a tipping point in the Bay Area…

SF closer to building teacher housing as state bill clears legislative hurdle

San Francisco could soon move forward with building affordable housing for educators…