San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced Thursday that a newly-constructed residential development project in the city’s South of Market neighborhood appears to be unlawfully leasing out rent-controlled units to tourists on a short-term basis.
A 108-year-old building in San Francisco’s Mission District badly damaged by a fire that took the life of one man could sell for $20 million.
The little house that looks so out of place in front of Children’s Hospital Oakland is looking for a new plot of land to call home, and the hospital is willing to pay thousands of dollars for someone to take it away.
Building inspectors are extra busy following a deadly deck collapse in Berkeley that sent 13 people plunging to the ground.
It was on November 21, 2014 when Pedro Perez lost his balance and fell from the building, landing on a moving car.
A $30 million housing complex broke ground in San Jose Friday, where 20 percent of the units will be set aside for homeless and low income, putting them right alongside some of Silicon Valley’s highest paid workers.
A dispute between the building’s owner, who served on the board, and the board of directors over rent means the non-profit could close as soon as this weekend.
The organization was evicted from its building on Haight Street last Christmas and has been looking for a permanent new home ever since.
Window Washer Endures Surgeries, Remains In Critical Condition After 11-Story Fall From San Francisco Building
The family of a man who survived an 11-story fall in San Francisco’s Financial District last week wants to remain anonymous, but released a statement that he’s recovering from surgery and thanked those who helped him.
Security To Be Increased At Federal Government Buildings In D.C., Other Cities In ‘Precautionary Step’
Security will be increased at various federal government buildings in Washington and other major American cities, the Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday in what it described as a “precautionary step.”