Micro-units were hailed as affordable by design, but exemptions are now making these tiny new apartments unaffordable and unregulated in San Francisco.
Writer P. Segal offers a solution to SF's housing crisis- filling vacant units with low rent tenants as a tax write-off.
Longtime teacher San Francisco Nancy Obregon tells developer through a powerful mic check that she can't afford the condos proposed for her neighborhood, the Mission District.
Organizer with the Mission SRO Collaborative, Chirag Bhakta, and community members demand 100 percent affordable housing.
Clearly, affordability is the issue here, not the City's supply of housing. Five undeniable facts.
Housing near transit for the rich or poor? Latino residents battle new condo development at transit hub
Podcast and Q&A with longtime San Francisco housing activist Calvin Welch on why residents fight developmemt amidst the City's affordability crisis
Takes apart supply-side arguments to solving the housing crisis in San Francisco and offers real solutions for affordable housing.
As the economy in San Francisco heats up, evictions are on the rise. Residents and advocates have joined together to push for laws that protect tenants.
The Affordable Housing Bonus Program does not incentivize development that will benefit San Francisco residents who are being pushed out. Here are three reasons why.