Real estate industry sues over coronavirus eviction ban

Real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to undo a…


Ban on coronavirus-related evictions moves forward

Supervisors will also weigh tax to generate funds for rent relief


Planning Commission greenlights 1,100 unit Balboa Reservoir project

Development near CCSF expected to include 50 percent below-market rate units


Plan to increase density, height limits in ‘Hub’ area wins key approval

San Francisco planning officials on Thursday granted a key approval for a…

‘Hub’ plan at Market and Van Ness faces key vote

Project would make room for more than 15,000 more residents in the transit-rich area

Former Chinatown CDC planner nominated to Planning Commission

Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee has nominated a former Chinatown Community…

Constructive Criticism: Keep SF golf courses closed

Golf courses are an inefficient use of land and money that could be better used for housing.

SRO owner cited for failure to sanitize common areas

Company first to be cited under coronavirus health order

New restrictions on office space in new Mission District developments move forward

Proposal came after approval of controversial project at 2300 Harrison St.

Project wins approval at Lucky Penny site with no affordable housing

Development was originally slated to include 23 percent below-market units

Approval process for Balboa Reservoir project gets underway

The mixed-use development would turn 17 acres of public land into housing by CCSF

Confusion swirls over uneven eviction protections as rent collection begins

Housing advocates warn some type of rental assistance or forgiveness will be necessary

Supervisors back rent and mortgage payment moratorium

The moratorium would forgive all payments to prevent debt accumulation

Tenants look to state bill to boost right to organize, strike

Coronavirus lockdown adds urgency to fight for protection from retaliation

Will the ban on real estate ‘pocket listings’ help or hurt?

Last month, during its annual meeting in San Francisco (where else?), the…

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┬áto…

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┬áCausa Justa::Just…