Capitol investment It was a regular who’s who last Friday at Sunnydale’s HOPE SF project: There was Rep. Nancy Pelosi seated next to Mayor London Breed. State Sen. Scott Wiener […]
There’s been a murder! A murder of a charter amendment to streamline affordable and mixed-income housing, that is. Consequently, there’s been a mixed response from politicos and housing advocates; some […]
Changing the ordinance could affect the way affordable housing is built for years to come.
The proposed legislation is just one of several examples in recent months of how state legislators and litigators are successfully fighting back on what they perceive as local officials slow walking the addition of new housing — and they’re just warming up.
Uribe’s unassuming house on Bryant Street near 21st has opened its garage in 22 elections since 2005.
To me, it reads a bit like a viral sketch from the show I Think You Should Leave sketch in which a wiener-shaped car crashes through a storefront, and the alarmed crowd tries to find the perpetrator.
Valencia business: the new kids on the block Sister, sister Aww, sisters. They’ve got traveling pants. Perpetual indulgence. And now, on Valencia Street, coffee. Sisters Coffee Shop debuts today, Aug. […]
There’s an outdoor bathroom with a tub that someone thought had derived from Oscar Wilde’s imagination. It ‘can fit two or three people if you try,’ a resident informed me. Good to know.
Days after the Stevenson vote, news of the Marvel in the Mission, a hard-fought 100 percent affordable housing building, surfaced. Suddenly, berated supervisors embraced it as the antithesis of Stevenson.
Mamma Mia! That old pizza place might become four homes!
A lot can happen in five years. For instance, two presidential elections can occur. But at the same time, a whole lot of nothing can happen. That’s the case for the construction of proposed eight-story ‘modern-day Single Room Occupancy’ project on 1500 15th St.
If you’re dialing into a San Francisco planning commission meeting from sunny, gorgeous Greece — well past 11 p.m. island time, by the way — it’s fair to say you care a lot about what’s on the docket.
The bill probably targets developers and fresh, vacant lots. But “frankly, how many empty lots” are there? He wondered. “I’m guessing not that many,” Todd David said.
“The city took some grief because they paid a lot. But in hindsight it was a pretty good deal,” Brad Wiblin said.
That’s right, the owners of Cafe La Taza on 2475 Mission St., have resumed plans to open an adjoining bar next door, dubbed Bar TZA, management confirmed. The two establishments, though branded and named differently, will be connected by a door on a shared wall.