San Francisco Development News
The 1950s structure has been vacant since 2010.
The designer green space will connect people from Crissy Field to the Presidio.
Younger residents and people who have lived here a short time are more likely to ponder moving out.
Fee spike will pay for affordable housing in plan to offset effects of job growth.
Potrero Yard overhaul could yield huge home haul, but earlier pipe-dream estimates were far more ambitious.
Neighbors anxious about gentrification demanded more scrutiny.
Fee hike could raise millions for affordable housing.
The new building is called "Mission Rock Building F"—and the "F" is for fantastic.
Too bad it’s not taller.
Environmental appeals can hold up development for years, but private settlements can make such quibbles go away.
This delayed development adjacent to Oracle Park will feature public space and over 1,000 homes
Fears of gentrification drive last-ditch appeal of 14th Street development.
The city searches for developer to build housing at deserted fast food joint.
"Housing Crisis Act of 2019" removes obstacles to new housing over objections of local governments.
A 32-story tower would rise above what’s now a mostly vacant parking lot next to BART.
Multi-family development may stall as developers grimace at market
"Landmarking hijacks the process."
Board flies high on 1951 Shattuck project.
"It’s clear that a tech giant alone cannot solve the housing crisis."
"I don’t even know how you can even make that proposal with a straight face."
Hotel would come with 142 rooms.
Area will include yoga sessions, farmer’s markets, and ice skating.
Plan will "create economical and stable places for some of our most fragile residents," says Supervisor Hillary Ronen.
Public support will have to simmer until January.
"We’re either serious about solving this crisis, or we aren’t," says Sen. Scott Wiener.
New high-rise, designed by Handel Architects, combines circa-1903 Aronson Building with sleek new tower.
New amendments to SB 50 would exempt smaller counties from most of its teeth
Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation compared SB 50 to racist "urban renewal" of the 20th century.
Lawmakers shut down Folsom Street housing project over complaints about welfare of nearby Victoria Manalo Draves Park.
Sonoma County senator’s bill competes with State Sen. Wiener’s housing plan.
"When it comes to housing, California’s system of almost pure local control hasn’t worked," says State Sen. Scott Wiener.