How Postwar Icon Joseph Eichler Built a Suburb in the Middle of S.F.
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
Renting in San Francisco: What happens when my roommate leaves?
Much of what happens when a roomie plans to leave is the landlord's prerogative.
Meet the tech couple who traded their condo for an Airstream
"When you're actually in it, it doesn't feel like you're taking a step down."
Trace SF’s long-defunct train routes in one BART-style map
David Edmondson painstakingly reconstructs the routes of every train in the region using a 1937 edition of the Official Guide to the Railways.
Wouldn’t it be glorious if this fantasy San Francisco BART map were real?
Dare we say it, we’d pay a bit more in rent in exchange for the wholly fictional transit system envisioned by armchair cartographer and self-described density fan Elliott Spelman.
How to squeeze into a micro-size studio? Sleep in the closet
How a crafty vintage curator turned her tiny Hayes Valley apartment into a junior one bedroom.