Planning

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Report: Navy using outdated standards in cleanup at Hunters Point Shipyard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

Proposed Folsom Street development won’t overshadow SoMa park, study finds

The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Commission greenlit a six-story, mixed-use housing…

Brewpubs would be banned from serving hard liquor in Mission District under tightened restrictions

The San Francisco Planning Commission on Thursday tightened restrictions on new bars…

Reports suggest radioactive contamination affects Hunters Point Shipyard in areas never tested by Navy

Two new reports released Thursday show that radioactive contamination at the Hunters…

High-tech trash bins arrive at Civic Center

Six new, high-tech garbage bins landed at UN Plaza Wednesday morning. No,…

Supes reject environmental appeals, approve India Basin housing development

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a more than 1,500 unit housing…

City easing onerous approval process for accessory dwelling units

San Francisco’s program to permit accessory dwelling units, or in-law units, has…

Seismic report on existing tall buildings recommends re-inspection

A first of its kind study of tall buildings in San Francisco…

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…