These Eichlers come with pools and courtyards, giving you the best of the great outdoors without having to leave home.
This warehouse conversion comes with natural light aplenty.
Heated debate over labor and budget could tank major housing project.
Featured in "Better Homes and Gardens" in 1946.
Old fire station in the firing line.
As Castro Valley’s Lakewood neighborhood learned, people have to go somewhere—and whether it be public or private land, someone must foot the bill.
People love to grow old in Daly City and Berkeley.
But the pickings are getting slimmer as years go by.
Many hope the 80,000-square-foot property, for sale for the first time in nearly a century, will become California’s newest state park.
The South Bay rang in the new year with an earthquake, and that will surely not be the last.
The region’s 2020 vision—more housing, better transit, and less PG&E
Plan a day or weekend trip to one of these tiny destinations—and leave city life behind.
The Brook House is constructed entirely from concrete, wood, glass, and metal.
New headwind behind Vallejo shipyard redevelopment after sale.
A race not worth winning?
From cliffside lighthouses to the underside of midcentury marvels.
It’s asking $1,595,000.
Bethel Island is one of the most affordable places to find housing in the Bay Area—for now.
While the East Bay city builds homes at a breakneck pace, affordable housing remains rare.
So adorable it will probably sell over asking.
Nearly all come with a selection of entertainment options, from haunted houses to mazes and country music.
Pleasant Hill still rumbling after 4.5 surprise.
Experts recommend people be self-sufficient for at least three days following a major quake.
Portions of the Mission, the Castro, and the Haight among areas of high risk during major shaker.
Check out the hotels, roads, parks, and graveyards that local ghosts and goblins prefer.
All that and a bag of chips.
Sunnyvale took the unenviable number-one spot in 2018.
While we’ll never be as showy as New England, we do have a handful of spots to see fall unfold.
From rope swinging into Bass Lake to taking a dip in the Contra Loma swim lagoon, these are the best—and cheapest—places to swim in the Bay Area.
Christy Chan’s ‘Inside Out’ redacted by city government.
Hopefully the last major delay the future Irvington Station faces.
EPA expects a code orange as East Bay, South Bay heat up.
That’s too hot
Neighboring counties saw 2019 homeless levels increase more than San Francisco
Getting to these places takes a bit more than one small step, but it’s worth it.
Want to see fireworks? Here’s where to go.
Only four regional cities cost less than the state average to rent, according to Zumper.