After George Lucas ran into a buzzsaw of opposition from his wealthy Marin County neighbors when he tried to expand his Skywalker Ranch studio, the filmmaker might be getting some payback with plans for one of the largest affordable housing projects in the Bay Area.
There’s a shortage of hotel rooms in Oakland, but that could change if developers get approval for a number of construction projects.
A proposed project which would create a mini “pop-up village” featuring a beer garden and retail shops in a parking lot by AT&T Park is scheduled to be considered by the San Francisco Port Commission on Tuesday.
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.
In Oakland, unemployment is down, but still high. Homicides are down, but home invasions spiked. Now, questions about affordability are creeping into the conversations about Oakland.
A long-delayed $150 million project to further energize the rapidly transitioning mid-Market area of San Francisco broke ground on Wednesday. The Dallas developer says Market Street Place will be an experience.
The founder of internet radio giant Pandora and his plans to build what could be the largest private residence in rural West Marin County has some nearby residents banding together in opposition.
The project includes 39-story and 35-story skyscrapers that would dwarf existing buildings.
San Francisco’s luxury condos are being purchased by wealthy buyers who have an unquenchable thirst for high-end real estate but don’t live in the city.
You may be able to buy a home in Redwood City for $1 in an area where the average home costs $1 million. But before you move in, your house will have to move out.