A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.
It lives for the applause.
On the market for the first time in 20 years.
It comes with a lot of bragging rights—but no balcony or outdoor terrace.
No two quite the same, but which one to choose?
Two very upscale condos were once one.
Five new rentals, from the Haight to Millennium Tower.
Chinatown opposition to Howard Street high-rise evaporates.
Here are the buildings poised to change the city’s skyline for good.
Game-changing facility will open by year’s end.
Developers seek general plan change for Pelli Clarke Pelli tower design.
White-panel curtain wall puts the finishing touch on spiraling tower.
All eyes on the skyline this All Hallow’s Eve.
Annual rankings show the effects of east side development.
Five new rentals, from the East Cut to Alamo Square—which one would you choose?
SF’s tallest building is not on fire.
Long-awaited fix for faulty luxury building still being awaited.
Five new rentals, from China Basin to Noe Valley
What a twist.
Muni service restored earlier this month.
Bus service has yet to resume.
But the gondola will—at last–be available for rides.
Comes with one-hour consultation with celebrity stylist.
Hurry up and wait.
Could reopen in June.
Still no word when the shuttered building will reopen.
Comes with grassy knolls and more than enough lighting.
San Francisco’s latest lodging proposal comes with rooftop bar.
The Giants deny any deal is set for rogue football team to play in SF.
Five new rentals, from Dogpatch to Noe Valley—which pricey home would you choose?
A bird’s-eye view.
"Repairs are scheduled to be complete by the first week of June 2019."
And repairs could last even longer inside beleaguered transit behemoth.
Full-floor abode comes with 1,580-square-foot private rooftop.
5,500-square-foot pad comes with three balconies and private roof access.
Still no word on when the multibillion-dollar albatross will reopen.
But "root cause" still under investigation.