San Francisco Development News
Expansion of former Lyft building was the final straw
A small step for a proposal more than three decades in the making.
"The last thing our community and our economy need is permanent mass closure of small businesses," says Sen. Scott Wiener.
Mayor London Breed says DBI Director Tom Hui must leave in wake of allegations.
Persistent SF-based lawmaker’s new bid would upzone nearly 60 percent of the city.
Faith can be your shelter, but it probably shouldn’t be the only one.
Proposition says no more office development unless SF puts housing first—the hard way.
"It costs upwards of $750,000 to build a single unit of housing in San Francisco, and California has a 3.5 million housing unit shortage."
What happens to a dream deferred?
Anti-development groups, which have largely flown under San Francisco’s political radar, have won elections, secured appointments, and halted high-density developments.
Gardening plot afoot.
The campaign to turn empty lot into "village" for homeless passed over in favor of rehab site.
Planners heap praise on 16-year plan.
Former and current island residents allege deadly radiation risk remains despite public assurances.
A review says the SF Shipyard isn’t radioactive, but didn’t address deeper concerns about the scandal-plagued real-estate project.
Major infrastructure projects are necessary for the Bay Area to address climate change and keep its growing population moving.
But there’s a catch when it comes to SF.
It will be two blocks away from another one.
State senator gives SB 50 one more shot.
Despite approval four years ago, Harold Way development never broke ground—and now it never will.
Here are the buildings poised to change the city’s skyline for good.
It will be located two blocks from the ever-delayed Central Subway.
"Somebody crazy not giving up" finally wins new homes.
ABAG proposal is non-binding, but could signal future interest in breaking density taboos on west side.
New developer proposes 90 homes at location of seemingly immortal Market Street bar.
State Sen. Scott Wiener’s SB 50 decried at City Hall for second time this year.
Developers seek general plan change for Pelli Clarke Pelli tower design.
Green Party politician calls 20-unit Judah Street building "toxic."