Planning

Minimum parking requirements on their way out in SF

San Francisco voted Tuesday to become the first major city in the…

Salesforce CEO, wife donate $6.1M to house formerly homeless

A former hotel in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood will be turned into…

Mission District auto repair shop could be reborn as large restaurant, event space

Plans to convert a former Mission District auto body repair shop into…

Tenant advocacy groups set to receive funding under ‘Right to Counsel’ program

A total of $5.8 million has been secured over the next two…

SF to do away with minimum parking requirements for developments

San Francisco is poised to become the first big U.S. city to…

History buff Peter Linenthal is a Potrero Hill treasure

“When I moved to the neighborhood in 1975, it was very quiet,”…

Thousands of SF properties could come with flood risk warning for buyers, renters

After a deluge of costly settlements with the owners of properties damaged…

Robot wars: Coffee-making companies compete for SFO contract

There’s a robot war brewing at the San Francisco International Airport. But…

Waste from San Francisco’s public trash cans goes straight to the landfill

When it comes to public trash cans, city officials have bigger trash…

Parents protest e-cigarette company’s Pier 70 tenancy

Parents, neighbors and city officials are steaming mad at the Port of…

SF to spend $4M to rebuild ‘burned to the ground’ Golden Gate Park clubhouse

After a popular Golden Gate Park clubhouse was burned down, San Francisco…

City bans RVs on small Ingleside street, promises to offer services first

Homeless RV dwellers will soon need to vacate an Ingleside Street after…

Fillmore Heritage Center gets a new tenant after long vacancy

The lights are back on again inside the long-vacant Fillmore Heritage Center,…

Canceled meeting on ‘Monster in the Mission’ development sparks dueling rallies

The sudden cancellation of a public hearing on a proposed 331-unit housing…

SF’s first ever Navigation Center shut down to make way for affordable housing

San Francisco’s first ever Navigation Center closed Wednesday to make way for…

Popular anti-eviction program lacks funds

Citing a lack of funds, San Francisco has indefinitely stopped taking new…

Report: Navy using outdated standards in cleanup at Hunters Point Shipyard

Cleanup standards used by the Navy in the radioactive remediation at the…

SF to offer free legal services to cannabis equity applicants

In a show of commitment to the cannabis equity program, San Francisco…

Second cracked window on Millennium Tower was known to window washers ‘for years’

Residents of the sinking Millennium Tower can’t seem to catch a break…

SF Planning Commission to weigh alternatives to proposed ‘cafeteria ban’

A controversial ban on private cafeterias in office buildings could face significant…