"I hope to see that in the coming weeks, months, and years, that the people of San Francisco continue to advocate for real change across our country," says Mayor London Breed.
Not everyone honors 415 Day.
Love ’em or loathe ’em, these structures won’t be ignored.
People are turning to Google for answers as they wait out the Bay Area’s COVID-19 outbreak.
Latter-day photos reveal show what SF looked like before the Great Quake.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
These are the legends in a skyline in constant flux.
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
"Everyone will have to make sacrifices, but a place to live shouldn’t be one of them," governor says.
"An ongoing source of state funding, leveraged by local resources and partners and matched by local governments, is essential," says a joint letter from the mayors.
There are three ways to hit the city’s housing targets over the next 30 years, but all of them mean challenging the status quo
Lawmakers say that if landlords oust tenants who can’t make rent because of pandemic concerns, it could make an outbreak worse.
And yet it could—and should—do more.
A cheat sheet for residents casting votes in the March 3 primary election.
Voters passed a proposition in 2018 to provide legal help for anyone facing eviction
More than you might think, but it’s a tricky question.
What it is, who’s for it, and who’s against it.
Here’s how you can make a difference in your neighborhood, your community, and the greater city.
Neither obvious nor clearly marked, POPOS are all over—and everyone is welcome.
"San Franciscans are outraged."
Explore the city’s architecture, art exhibits, and outdoor attractions.
Sharpen your sidewalk game
The gold statue is no stranger to our golden city.
Twenty-one pieces of advice on neighborhoods, transportation, and cost of living for anyone considering a move to San Francisco.
People love to grow old in Daly City and Berkeley.
But there’s a catch when it comes to SF.
What to do if crews disturb your sleep.
See the humble beginnings of Apple, Facebook, Uber, and more.
"While thousands of Californians sleep on our streets every night, it makes little sense for the state to subsidize the wealthy’s ability to own two homes."
More than three-quarters of those surveyed support housing vouchers as the most effective solution.
Possibly no more than they’ve always been—but maybe that’s the problem.
The South Bay rang in the new year with an earthquake, and that will surely not be the last.
A coastal town coming apart. The allure of the Albany Bulb. Why SF homes go vacant. The Flintstone House. And more.
For auld lang syne, if nothing else.
$1 million grant allows SF housing non-profit to open up its rolls again
Here are the buildings poised to change the city’s skyline for good.