You are invited to a free public event featuring a panel of housing policy makers and activists discussing the forces driving the housing crisis in San Francisco and how to address them.
MidPen Housing, the developer for the Francis Scott Key Annex Educator Housing complex, has submitted the project application to the San Francisco Planning Department.
A new community-organizing group in the Richmond District called Richmond Rising has launched a drive to raise awareness of and find concrete solutions to the neighborhood’s diminishing supply of affordable housing.
Editor: According to the Planning Department’s analysis of State Senate Bill 50 (Sen. Scott Wiener), your neighbor’s parcel could have an 8+ story building on it with no density limits “near” transit, […]
On Monday, Feb. 11 at Francis Scott Key Elementary School, members of the public were able to review construction plans and give feedback to BAR Architects and the developer, MidPenHousing.
The Ellis Act is a 1985 statewide law that allows landlords to evict tenants if they go out of the rental business. While it is difficult to know how many of the recent Ellis Act evictions are for legitimate reasons, the data strongly suggests that a significant proportion of them do not go out of the rental business.
The revised Home-SF program passed by the Board of Supervisors in July uses a new three-tiered system …
In a unanimous vote on July 31, the SF Board of Supervisors approved changes in the city code that would authorize the expansion of an ADU within a site’s build able area …
A San Francisco supervisor has introduced legislation that would amend the city ordinance that controls Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU), what are commonly known as “in-law units,” in an attempt to streamline the process for adding units to the City’s housing stock.
A bill now sitting in the state legislature would take the zoning power to reject taller buildings away from municipalities across California if developers want to put them near public transit stops.
A Union-76 gas station at the corner of 42nd Avenue and Lawton Street will be
demolished and replaced by a mixed-use, four-story building with 15 residential units and ground-floor retail space.
This is the third time that the developers, SoMa Development Partners, LLC, have submitted plans to the department but the first time they got the commission’s approval.
A small cottage built more than a century ago might fall to the latest wave of gentrification
and land speculation, which has already swept through places like the Mission District and
Noe Valley, and now seems to be washing over the Richmond District.
While the housing crisis in the City has been a dilemma for families, it has also been an
issue for colleges and universities as well, including the University of
San Francisco (USF).
Letters to the editor of the Richmond ReView.