Planning

SF secures federal funding to help house 99 homeless persons

San Francisco’s effort to address homelessness just got a boost from the…

Planning Commission rejects Mission laundromat site housing despite pending lawsuit

In a narrow 4-3 vote, the Planning Commission on Thursday rejected a…

School board members say rent is too high on first teacher housing project in SF

San Francisco school board members called on the developer of an educator…

Affordable housing plans at shipyard move forward despite concerns over radioactive contamination

The City is forging ahead with plans to develop a 28,792 square-foot…

Environmental advocates, Russian bathhouse challenge India Basin development

Environmental advocates and a Russian bathhouse have filed appeals of a massive…

Chinatown public housing complex celebrates makeover

The conclusion of a year-long effort to rehabilitate 92 affordable housing units…

Hundreds of property owners have yet to comply with seismic retrofit deadlines

Hundreds of San Francisco property owners required to seismically retrofit their buildings…

Candidates’ ties to Shipyard project, developer at issue in District 10 race

The botched cleanup of the contaminated Hunters Point Shipyard is a sensitive…

Mayor calls for in-law unit applications to be expedited

Under an executive directive issued by San Francisco Mayor London Breed, hundreds…

Fisherman’s Wharf hopes to lure in locals

Fisherman’s Wharf is looking to haul a new catch: San Franciscans. The…

Toxic relationship: the fraud at Hunters Point

A 60-day public comment period on the retesting plan for a portion…

Breed, Pelosi unveil newly renovated public housing in Tenderloin

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, joined San Francisco Mayor London…

SOMA supportive housing project provides 50 new beds for the formerly homeless

A 50-unit supportive housing project for the formerly homeless that officially opened…

Owner of Mission laundromat sues city over project delays

A Marin property owner who has been trying since 2014 to build…

City Attorney sues developer of Fillmore Heritage Center over unpaid loan

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Thursday against the…

Excelsior youth say mixed-use housing proposal would feed displacement

Youth from the Excelsior District and surrounding areas protested a controversial mixed-use…

Groups push to guarantee jobs for local residents in proposed Central SoMA plan

Unions and community advocates are pushing for a requirement to help local…

Many wait in hope as city opens latest Navigation Center

“London, my sober, working female friend is living in the park. Please…

SF opens Navigation Center on former Caltrans parking lot to shelter homeless

San Francisco will officially open its latest Navigation Center Friday on a…

Third Baptist Church opposes plans for more housing at historically protected building

An attempt to convert 10 ground-level garage spaces in an apartment building…