Tales Of Tunnels Under Former San Francisco Gay Bars Could Delay DevelopmentReports of underground escape tunnels beneath former gay bars threatens to delay a major development project in San Francisco.
Cultural Impact Used As Argument Against Mission DevelopmentA major housing project in San Francisco was rejected this week, not because of complaints about traffic or noise, but rather the type of people it could bring to the neighborhood.
Fire Danger: Chief Says Current Station Can't Handle Menlo Park DevelopmentMenlo Park firefighters say a plan to build more than 4,000 homes in the Bell Haven neighborhood is unsafe.
Development Gobbling Up Open Space Across Western States At Alarming RateThe natural landscape of the Wild West is disappearing.
Mobile Shower Bus Expands To San Francisco Tenderloin Site Slated For DevelopmentA nonprofit that provides mobile shower and restroom facilities to the homeless is teaming up with a property developer to bring services to a busy corner of the Tenderloin.
New Push To Develop Contaminated Properties Along Bay Area ShorelinesThe Bay Area is home to some prime real estate along miles of shoreline, and there is a new push to develop land despite potential environmental problems due to contamination.
Despite Public Outcry, California's Coastal Commission Votes To Oust Chief ExecutiveThe powerful agency that manages development on California's fabled coastline has voted to oust its top executive.
Save The Bay Co-Founder Sylvia McLaughlin DiesSan Francisco Bay has lost one of its staunchest defenders with the death Tuesday of Sylvia McLaughlin, co-founder of the non-profit Save The Bay Foundation.
UC Berkeley Receives Funding To Boost Early Earthquake Warning System DevelopmentThe U.S. Geological Survey has awarded $4 million to four universities in the Pacific Northwest and California to boost the development of earthquake early warning systems.
Statewide Victory For Affordable Housing With California Supreme Court RulingThe California Supreme Court has ruled that cities have broad authority to require builders to include a certain percentage of affordable housing in new projects.
San Francisco Too Expensive For McDonald's?McDonald’s famous golden arches are vanishing from San Francisco, and real estate prices could be the culprit.
Developers Aim For Affordable Housing, New Community At Alameda PointA new development plan is taking shape at Alameda Point that will bring affordable housing to the area.