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.
The Mission community rode on the wave of awe and inspiration from the turnout, the testimonies, the truth to power during the hours of public comment on the moratorium.
Fund affordable by taxing the windfall profits collected by landlords from the skyrocketing rents in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Organizations across San Francisco occupy shoe store of alleged serial evictor
Emerging renters group SF BARF threatens to shove Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand down the City’s throat so it’ll keep throwing up luxury condo towers.
Fernando Martí (CCHO) says San Francisco Planning Department's recently released video glosses over the City's lack of real numbers and strategies for affordable housing.