Take a virtual stroll through five new listings, including a rare offering in Jordan Park.
Expansion of former Lyft building was the final straw
Love ’em or loathe ’em, these structures won’t be ignored.
It comes with a mural of a Rumi poem on the staircase.
An almost definitive etymological guide.
No two quite the same, but which one to choose?
Overlooked wonders that deserve a second look.
Five big money rentals, but which one would be right for you?
Which pricey pad do you prefer?
Urban designers say Market Street-style closure is possible and could be positive for the neighborhood.
The 7.5-year battle comes to an end.
Step out into summer with one of these nature trails or neighborhood walks.
Which pad would you prefer?
Five new rentals, from South Beach to Presidio Heights.
The gold statue is no stranger to our golden city.
"If the city is working toward a long-term plan to reduce carbon emissions and eventually become a relatively car-free city, I’m ultimately for it."
Five new rentals, from the Haight to Millennium Tower.
Don’t pooh-pooh the pupae-living spaces just yet.
Five new rentals—which one would you choose?
It comes with period details galore.
"The trees have become the only consistent image and show of strength and comfort during these troubled times."
Reignite your apartment or home with a small refresh or total makeover at these shops specializing in furniture and home decor.
Dennis Richards is absent from the Planning Commission after his vendetta against the Department of Building Inspection boiled over.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen alleges that landlords skirt the law by using buyout offers as de facto evictions.
Five new rentals, from the Marina to Bernal Heights.
Dennis Richards unleashed his anger at a surreal Board of Appeals hearing.
Three of the four open centers have seen crime rates drop.
"There are few communities in the country that have experienced displacement as violently and as profoundly as American Indian people."
Take a closer look at these bibliophilic beauties.
Five new rentals, from Glen Park to South Beach—which pad do you prefer?
With over roughly 450 murals in San Francisco, there are a few hidden and long-forgotten ones that deserve a second look.
Passel of properties bring huge payday for longtime owner.
Five new rentals, from Dogpatch to Miraloma—which pad do you prefer?
City removes boulders at residents’ request.
Some residents feared speaking out over fears of activist vengeance.
Five new rentals, from the Tenderloin to Parkside—which "affordable" home would you choose?
The neighbors—not the city—are behind sidewalk obstructions.
Fears of gentrification drive last-ditch appeal of 14th Street development.
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.