Built in 1904, this not-so-humble home once hosted the SF Decorator Showcase.
Not all neighborhoods are equal when foot hits pavement.
City council president says 1,000 people could find shelter offshore, but the port says idea is all wet.
Rides will cost $18.
Small city-owned lot near BART may presage larger facility for car and RV-dwellers.
ABAG proposal is non-binding, but could signal future interest in breaking density taboos on west side.
The tech giant cites hotel costs and homeless crisis.
Is this thing on?
The agency spins its wheels and leaves the city’s Moving On Initiative with nowhere to move onto.
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It’s curtains for SF renters hoping for a break on the rent.
Closure extends Hayes Valley park and could help combat driver-related deaths.
San Francisco edged out New York City in 2019 for a queasy honorarium.
Former San Bernadino assemblymember promised to open Peet’s locations at two SF BART stops but now admits he absconded with the money.
It’s been in the same family for more than 50 years.
State Sen. Scott Wiener’s SB 50 decried at City Hall for second time this year.
For years, pollsters have said San Franciscans are spoiling to leave—and it’s all starting to sound the same.
Dennis Richards unleashed his anger at a surreal Board of Appeals hearing.
New construction made of concrete, glass, and steel.
Uber, bike shares, a transit center, and streets barred to drivers—transportation changed in SF since 2010.
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
Developers seek general plan change for Pelli Clarke Pelli tower design.