San Francisco Development News
"SF would be aligning itself with some of the most housing-resistant communities in California," warns Scott Wiener.
California lawmaker packs "More Homes Act" with affordable-housing language, adds ferry lines to the menu.
Proposed redesign includes permanent street closure, dog park, pavilion, and UN Plaza fountain makeover.
Bay Area developer plans nearly 800 shared units.
City dwellers favor more density, especially near transit.
Developer proposes land swap to get its towering 16th Street ambitions built.
Huntington Beach alleges Scott Wiener’s SB 35 housing law is unconstitutional.
"Too many children go to bed at night without seeing parents who are stuck in crippling commutes."
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Ruling comes on the heels of the proposed Housing Preservation and Expansion Reform Act.
Director of housing delivery tasked with delivering 5,000 new homes each year.
Lawmakers reveal the Housing Preservation and Expansion Reform Act.
Baylands still a long way from actual construction.
"This is the biggest area plan the city has passed," said Supervisor Jane Kim.
"This is not a ban on new parking," insist city legislators.
It might even come with a gondola.
Perkins Eastman comes back with a new look, but not everyone is pleased.
"If [MTC] actually implemented streamlined fares, it should get a more competitive bid."
"Bringing this in would bring a lot of probably lower income people."
Even SB 35 can’t get West Berkeley plans past city skepticism.
6x6 still a zero for actual stores