San Francisco Mayor Commits $44 Million To Teacher Housing ProjectMayor Ed Lee this week moved to commit $44 million in city funding toward building a long-delayed teacher housing project at a site in San Francisco’s Sunset District.
Academy Of Art Agrees To $60M Settlement With San FranciscoThe Academy of Art University in San Francisco has agreed to a $60 million settlement aimed at bringing the school's many illegally converted buildings into compliance with local rules, officials said Monday.
Palo Alto Commission Encourages Construction Of In-Law UnitsThe Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission is supporting Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), more commonly known as in-law or granny units.
Peninsula 60,000 Housing Units Short, Report SaysThe San Francisco Bay Area’s Peninsula region is short tens of thousands of housing units because of strong job and population growth over the last nine years.
Bay Area Housing Crisis Fuels Rent Control Measures In 5 CitiesThe Bay Area housing crisis is causing five cities to consider rent control in this November’s election.
Washer/Dryer Not Included At Multi-Million Dollar San Francisco CondosWell-heeled new homeowners in San Francisco will reportedly still have to shell out extra money for a washing machine and dryer when they purchase a condo at a pricey Pacific Heights complex.
Feds OK Plan To Fight San Francisco Housing DisplacementFederal housing officials approved a preference plan that advocates said Thursday will help low-income minorities stay in increasingly unaffordable San Francisco.
Color Scheme, Density Concerns Surround Corte Madera DevelopmentA new Bay Area development being ordered to tone it down not because of noise, but because of the loud colors used for the paint job on the apartment complex.
Palo Alto Planning Commissioner Quitting Over Pricey Housing Explains WhyKate Downing dropped the bombshell that she was quitting during her last meeting as a Palo Alto planning commissioner, talking about the kids she wants to have.
Unaffordable Housing Prompts Palo Alto Planning Commissioner To ResignA member of Palo Alto’s planning and transportation commission resigned this week, citing the city’s increasingly unaffordable housing, but not before criticizing city leaders over their handling of the housing crisis.
Oakland Rapper Turns Housing Frustration Into Hip-Hop AnthemAs one of the hottest rental markets in the Bay Area, Oakland has its share of stories of residents getting priced out after having lived in the city for decades. Including a well-known East Bay rapper who recently channeled his frustration into a new song and video.
Proposed San Francisco Tech Payroll Tax Would Raise Millions For HomelessnessTech companies in San Francisco have received millions of dollars in tax breaks for years, but now some city politicians want to make an exception to that rule.