The seven-story, 60-unit housing development at 344 14th St., which was green-lit in July, was appealed by Mission District activists at the end of August and must now go in front of the Board of Supervisors for a final determination.Read More
A seven-story, 205-unit housing project is being proposed at Cesar Chavez Street and Potrero Avenue — currently the site several old warehouses being used as artist space.Read More
The fire-ravaged former home of the 3300 Club bar and a 28-unit residential hotel is back on the market for $3.15 million, according to Erik Murray, the managing partner of a real estate company that bought the building two years ago with plans to renovate it.Read More
SF Health Department chose to deny services to the mentally ill. This was a management decision. Fixing it can be, too.
Lorraine, who is 80, was apparently given two choices: Leave the Bernal Heights board-and-care...Read More
SF officials willfully kept 45 beds to house mentally ill empty — but falsely told staff it was because they were ‘on probation’
Licensing body confirms SFGH housing facilities for the mentally ill — with 45 beds left empty and...Read More
Fiasco: Behind the mayor and Department of Public Health’s alarming decision to repurpose permanent housing into temporary shelter
Doing away with housing to increase Navigation Center shelter capacity is a move bordering on self-parody.Read More
As currently planned, the 65-foot-tall building would offer 53,000 square feet of residential space with 3,000 square feet of ground office space. The building will have 11 units of affordable housing (out of 57) and a 30-space garage.Read More
Building owner Matthew Miller, who owns a Florida Street home that was last year partially demolished without any notice to the neighbors — or city permits to do so — was put in the hot seat at a Department of Building Inspection hearing Tuesday morning.Read More
“It’s a health hazard, it’s a fire hazard, it’s demoralizing, it’s disturbing, it’s an eyesore, it’s dangerous,” said Nancy Kaufmann, who lives two doors down from 1068 Florida St.Read More
Paneez Kosarian could’ve used her platform for good. Instead, she cast every homeless person as a mentally ill, drug-addicted menace.
It’s a damn shame that Paneez Kosarian was attacked and feared for her life. The terror of physically engaging with an aggressive and deranged person who may be capable of anything is horrifying. I know this personally.
But it’s also a damn shame that Kosarian has parlayed her victimhood in this way, and is grafting together the wholly unrelated subjects of Austin James Vincent — and this city’s questionable handling of him — and the ongoing plans to provide shelter and treatment to homeless individuals in SoMa.Read More
Co-living rental platform HubHaus wanted its users to form a community. And they did — after being evicted.
For $1,590 a month, all Anna Chase wanted was a room in a shared San Francisco home with six other...Read More