Planning

High workload and low pay leave Planning Commission roles out of reach for many

Planning commissioners might just have one of San Francisco’s hardest jobs. The…

 

Mission District senior project demonstrates value of affordable housing bond

Mayor London Breed has been working to win approval for a $600…

 

Mayor appoints Sue Diamond to Planning Commission

Land use and real estate attorney Sue Diamond has been appointed to…

 

Community leaders move to ‘aggressively’ preserve affordable housing in the Sunset

Ming Young Lee said she felt her heart burst into her chest…

$83M Mission Street affordable housing project closer to breaking ground

After a setback and redesigns, a more than 130-unit affordable housing project…

How San Francisco can fix a glaring loophole in California tenants rights legislation

State law gives new protections, but there’s still more to be done

Planning Commissioner Rich Hillis steps down to seek role as department head

San Francisco Planning Commissioner Richard Hillis has resigned from his post and…

Treasure Island residents could win new displacement protections

Supervisor working to give all current residents a chance to move into new development

Planning Department director to step down

San Francisco Planning Department Director John Rahaim will retire from the post…

Property owner wins approval of new plans on site of illegally demolished home

A property owner who was ordered to rebuild a Twin Peaks home…

Elected officials, community groups oppose housing development on Redwood City salt pond site

A group of elected officials and community organizations from across the Bay…

PG&E is holding up energy improvements in San Francisco

SFUSD’s goal may be difficult to achieve while PG&E still owns the distribution network.

Neighborhood groups push for 100 percent affordable housing at Excelsior site

A proposed 193-unit market-rate housing development in the Excelsior District is facing…

Supervisors weigh possible legislation on corporate rentals

Companies seen as skirting city rules on short-term rentals, hotels

Continuing San Francisco’s community development legacy

New housing leadership brings a new opportunity for responsiveness and transparency

  • Jul 30, 2019

Andronico’s grocery store to open in the Outer Richmond

Former Fresh and Easy site has sat vacant since 2015

Mission District residential project wins approval at Planning Commission

Community groups pushing for more affordable units could appeal after talks with developer fail

‘Corporate rentals’ draw scrutiny from city officials

Companies approved for housing leasing out units as extended-stay apartments

More housing approved for Hunters Point despite contamination concerns

San Francisco has approved initial plans for the construction of more homes at the Hunters Point Shipyard, despite pending litigation over health concerns there.

City breaks ground on 856-unit SOMA project

5M to include mix of offices, housing and open space