San Francisco is a renter’s city–has been since 1849. The Richmond is no exception: Per Planning Department estimates, as many as 68 percent of Inner Richmond homes are renter occupied, and for […]
New citywide legislation that will offer low-income veterans living in San Francisco an advantage for affordable housing in the City was recently approved by the SF Board of Supervisors.
San Francisco is one of the most expensive and rapidly gentrifying cities in the world, as waves of real estate housing speculation roll through its working-class neighborhoods, according to a recent housing report.
The Front Steps enjoyed a big Richmond sale this week, with bidding on 764 24th Avenue pushing the final sale price up to nearly $1 million more than the original asking price. […]
When reading and writing about housing, it’s easy to get hung up on prices; after all, that’s the bottom line. But there are other, possibly better ways to measure how strong or […]
In San Francisco’s easternmost neighborhoods, the big news transit-wise is that the long (long) delayed Central Subway is tremblingly close to opening to the public, connecting Chinatown to Third Street via a […]
Here’s a little housing watcher game called “The High & The Low,” where we compare the most and least expensive homes sold in a given market. Most of the time this is […]
Housing is not just housing; housing is history. And in San Francisco, the Richmond District packs more history per city block than almost any other neighborhood. Historians often have an eastern neighborhoods […]
The Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers are researching how the eviction moratorium is impacting the ability of landlords to pay their mortgages.
With a unanimous vote the San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently approved a $14.3 million loan agreement to help replace the Police Credit Union building on Irving Street between 26th and 27th avenues …
Mar: Today is a historic moment as I and the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee voted to approve the loan for site acquisition and pre-development for the Sunset’s first 100% affordable housing development for low and moderate income families at 2550 Irving St.
San Francisco officials have unveiled plans to build a seven-story apartment building with 100% affordable housing on Irving Street at 26th Avenue.
Under the leadership of Mayor London Breed, the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) has selected Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) to build and develop 100% affordable housing at 2550 Irving St. for families.
Although a moratorium on evictions for people not paying rent because of unemployment during the pandemic is now in force across California, “no fault” evictions like owner-move-ins or major renovations have not been covered.
Although Gov. Gavin Newsom signed protections for tenants during the pandemic, San Francisco courts have resumed other eviction cases in spite of protests by westside housing advocates who say this is not the time to increase homelessness.