The loft’s exposed timber is a blast of fresh air compared to the antiseptic, cookie-cutter units so common in SF.
No two quite the same, but which one to choose?
Well, it’s about time.
Five new rentals, from Parkside to SoMa.
Five new rentals, from South Beach to Presidio Heights.
Inside 1926 building converted into homes in 1996.
This is the world in which we live.
Five new rentals, from North Beach to Diamond Heights.
Five new rentals, from Glen Park to South Beach.
The first of ten major large-scale installations.
Contentious center by Bay Bridge will open in December.
Three of the four open centers have seen crime rates drop.
Which pricey pad would you prefer?
It comes with three outdoor terraces.
Five new rentals, from Glen Park to South Beach—which pad do you prefer?
Five new rentals, from Bernal Heights to the East Cut.
"San Francisco unilaterally approved a mega-housing project on San Francisco bay-front land burdened by the public trust," says attorney for anti-homeless shelter group.
This delayed development adjacent to Oracle Park will feature public space and over 1,000 homes
Five new rentals, from South Beach to Midtown Terrace—which pricey pad do you prefer?
Condo owners demand that construction stop near South Beach high-rise.
Waterfront residents alleged "irreparable harm" if construction continues through December.
Carmen Chu says ballpark is worth millions more than team wants to pay.
"Exciting to see the progress being made," said Mayor Breed.
Five new rentals, from China Basin to Noe Valley
Live, work, dance, it’s all the same price.
Five new rentals, from Miraloma Park to South Beach.
Five new rentals, from South Beach to Hayes Valley.
Unit inside the Oriental Warehouse seeks $1.79 million.
"It is a moral imperative of our government and its leaders to afford due process to residents, families, children, and businesses in this neighborhood."
Circa-1907 building was once home of the Schmidt Lithograph Corporation.
Five new rentals, from Glen Park to Bayview.
City rejects angry appeals by nearby homeowners that would have blocked construction.
Five new rentals, from Presidio Heights to South Beach.
Unanimous vote boosts mayor’s plan despite neighbors’ ire
Mayor hopes concessions will ease neighborhood volatility.
Here are the pitstops you need to take before and after the game.
But the mayor and housing supporters continue to fight for new homeless service center in well-to-do neighborhood.
"I’m sad that the privileged few staring down from their ivory towers in South Beach don’t believe they owe it to all of San Francisco to get out of the way."