San Francisco Historic Preservation
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals building reads like a love letter to granite and marble.
In this town, even comic strip characters are invested in preserving our historic assets.
It’s not a sign of the times—not anymore, at least.
Once more unto the breach.
New developer proposes 90 homes at location of seemingly immortal Market Street bar.
"There are few communities in the country that have experienced displacement as violently and as profoundly as American Indian people."
Founder of Finnish shopping site hopes to convert historic property into a giant house with private art studios.
Many remain angry about home’s demolition.
The Planning Commission previously ordered an exact replica be created.
Reversal would cover up WPA works at George Washington High, but not destroy them
"Landmarking hijacks the process."
School district’s vote called "wrong-headed approach to art and to history."
Circa-1910 Doolan-Larson building singled out for preservation.
Developer promises Morgan lobby will remain intact during hotel conversion.
After three years, Rose on Bond blooms.
"The Planning Commission decision is invalid, bizarre, and illegal"
Crooners plan to convert Art Deco masterpiece into a national center for LGBTQ arts.
Ruling comes on the heels of the proposed Housing Preservation and Expansion Reform Act.
Lawmakers reveal the Housing Preservation and Expansion Reform Act.
Time waits for no one, but sometimes you can call it back.
Killer clowns, devil nuns, and Peaches Christ conjure minty-fresh hauntings.
Telegraph Hill tower gets extra honorarium for its big day.
Serra Street will remain, but everything else must go
"When I see this statue, I feel we don’t belong in society."
"It’s not every day you hear Telegraph Hill talked about in terms usually reserved for small towns in Illinois."