Architecture historians consider the Hallidie Building groundbreaking, with some calling it the most important modern building in San Francisco.
This pin-thin tower in the Financial District has earned a cult following.
Love ’em or loathe ’em, these structures won’t be ignored.
Building "beacon" is rare sight
These are the legends in a skyline in constant flux.
Overlooked wonders that deserve a second look.
Neither obvious nor clearly marked, POPOS are all over—and everyone is welcome.
In order of height starting with the tallest, here are the SF structures that stand proud and tall.
A landmark deal goes to a New York developer.
Check into one of these stylish lodgings.
Take a closer look at these bibliophilic beauties.
$604-million project would turn San Francisco’s main thoroughfare into a safer space for everyone.
"We offer the labyrinth as a tool for climate resiliency and courage," said the artist.
Transamerica Corporation will keep naming rights on onetime tallest SF tower.
Discover some of the city’s most lush and tranquil spots.
These supportive and creative spots will bring out your best work.
Supervisors redraw lines around Punch Line.
Five new rentals, from Nob Hill to the Sunset—which home would you choose?
Who’s the sleekest of them all?
Punch Line reaches the end of the line.
Five new rentals, from the Cow Hollow to Noe Valley—which home would you choose?
And it looks spectacular.
Five new rentals, from Bayview to the Richmond—which home would you choose?
Five new rentals, from Fort Mason to the FiDi—which lavish pad would you call home?
This is the company’s ninth cashier-less store to open in the country.
Opening in the Financial District.
Five new rentals, from the Sunset to Glen Park. Which pricey pad would you choose?
New headquarters will feature a "sustainable office mural."
Five new rentals, from the Haight to the Sunset—which pricey pad would you call home?
Five new rentals, from Excelsior to Cow Hollow—which place would you call home?
Need we say more?
Five new rentals, from the Financial District to St. Francis Wood—which one would you choose?
Interpreted as everything from grim reapers to angels, the pieces, named Corporate Goddesses, were created by American artist Muriel Castanis in 1982.
SpotAngels, a parking app startup, says that it knows which neighborhoods accrue the most parking tickets every year.
SFPD gave the city’s Board of Supervisors an earful at a Monday hearing about downtown traffic and pointed the finger at Lyft and Uber.
Steeling myself for Transportation Week’s worst rush-hour challenge, I expected-slash-hoped for a hellish commute aboard the sluggish and odorous 38-Geary.
Will the "Better Market Street" plan really make it all better? That’s the hope, as the long percolating project aims to divert traffic and tear up the red brick sidewalks come 2022.
The digital retailer signed a 180,000-square-foot deal at 525 Market, the circa 1973 concrete-and-steel high-rise block at First Street.
Blame it on the rain, as new coverings mean to protect escalators from inclement weather and constant breakdowns, but only two or three will appear before the end of this year.