Two great pillars of San Francisco progressivism fell with brutal abruptness—a venerable community newspaper, and a man who has been central to protecting the city’s renters.
The core problems and missed opportunities with the roll out of the San Francisco Small Sites Acquisition program for affordable housing.
New market rate housing proposes to rip through the heart of the Mission with the ultimate irony.
Parents of Spanish Immersion School in the Mission District speak out against a proposed luxury condo development next door
What shifting economies and attitudes to America's new "clean" cities have to do with private tech buses in San Francisco
The Plaza 16 Coalition rallies against condominiums proposed to be built at the northeast corner of 16th and Miss
Teresa Dulalas talks about her struggle to keep her home at the South of Market (SoMa) / Tenderloin Tenant Convention.
In a historic protest, public housing residents brought their demand for repairs funding straight to the federal government
Community groups mobilize to pass a dedicated fund for affordable housing in San Francisco
On a glaring-hot, near-cloudless day in San Francisco Sept.