Planning

Shipyard residents call radioactivity scan launched by state health department ‘inadequate’

A state Department of Public Health effort to scan a residential development…

Supervisors back Chinatown pot ban despite Planning Commission objections

The Planning Commission is not high on the idea, but a ban…

Report: Multi-family housing concentrated in one part of the city

The bulk of San Francisco’s multi-family housing is concentrated in just one…

Support grows for housing project with ‘mother of all mixed-incomes’ on northeast parking lots

An affordable housing development that would transform two parking lots in San…

Supes begin review of Central SoMa plan expected to add 8K homes, 33K jobs

After nearly eight years of planning, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors is…

Testing plan released for residential site at Hunters Point Ship does not include homes

The California Department of Public Health on Friday released a plan for…

Civil grand jury backs plans for union-staffed modular housing factory in SF

San Francisco should launch a union-staffed modular housing factory to lower construction…

Planning Commission, supervisors condemn landlord for unpermitted student housing

The Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously rejected an attempt by a Merced…

Ambitious plan could change the face of historic Dogpatch

Dogpatch could soon pave over its oil-stained past with green streets and…

Plans for Hunters Point Shipyard, Candlestick Point developments get update

City leaders fast-tracked residential and commercial re-development at Candlestick Point and the…

Supervisors back appeal, delay housing project on Mission District laundromat site

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday sided with Mission District…

Navy’s retesting plan for Hunters Point Shipyard cleanup released

The U.S. Navy has hired two contractors to resurvey and oversee retesting…

City struggles to identify, track retail vacancies

After a city inventory reported zero vacant commercial storefronts in San Francisco’s…

Report: More than 80 applicants for every low-income SF rental

San Francisco had nearly 82 applicants for every one of the 1,025…

Conflicting visions for McDonald’s site highlight neighborhood resistance to homeless services

Local service providers hoping to offer homeless youth services on the site…

Senior care facility owners sued over failure to provide affordable units

The owners of a senior care facility who are being sued by…

SF Planning Commission adopts sweeping development plan for Central SoMa

The Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a massive neighborhood rezoning plan…

Major mixed-use development breaks ground at Pier 70

Construction began today at San Francisco’s Pier 70, where a development with…

Hunters Point Shipyard homeowners call for retesting of Parcel A

Dozens of Bayview Hunters Point Shipyard residents urged the U.S. Navy Monday…

Tetra Tech employees get prison time in Hunters Point cleanup fraud case

Two people have been sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading…