San Francisco Gentrification
But there’s a catch when it comes to SF.
Kenya Wheeler helped design Oakland’s plan for the Broadway/Valdez area, only to find it suddenly unwelcoming.
For years, pollsters have said San Franciscans are spoiling to leave—and it’s all starting to sound the same.
"There are few communities in the country that have experienced displacement as violently and as profoundly as American Indian people."
Younger residents and people who have lived here a short time are more likely to ponder moving out.
Neighbors anxious about gentrification demanded more scrutiny.
Fears of gentrification drive last-ditch appeal of 14th Street development.
Council of Community Housing Organizations did the reading, writing, and arithmetic on teacher housing costs.
"Blissfully debris-free" complex comes with $3,700-per month-apartments
"Pods" try to make a virtue of necessity.
Lest we forget.
It’s feast or famine in 2019.
Despite IPO woes, mega-wealth still rolling in SF.
"We can’t even have an ofrenda up for more than 12 hours because of some disconnect, someone not understanding what it means?"
The city says the lanes speed up public transit, but angry neighbors deem them markers of gentrification.
Stephanie Syjuco’s Spectral City "is meant to cast a critical lens on our own lenses."
"I don’t believe in trickle down economics. We’ve seen what happens when we rely on developers."
Supervisor Gordon Mar dour as Lyft’s price soars on first day.
City lawmakers want to know how companies like Lyft, Spotify, and Slack will further gentrify San Francisco.
Alleyway institution imperiled by rent hike.
Board of Supervisors will vote this week to close legal loophole on storefronts for sale.
It depends on how you count it.
Report says both incomes and costs soaring in the state’s tech capitol.
Roughly 100 vendors in one 18th Street building face ouster
Developer proposes land swap to get its towering 16th Street ambitions built.
Hillary Ronen wants to cap restaurants and bars at 167 in the neighborhood.
Migratory trends are much more likely to displace people of color.