New Oakland Homeless Shelter Using Storage Sheds Set To OpenA dozen people will get a fresh start in a new home Monday as the city of Oakland welcomes the first group of homeless people to live in a vacant lot set up with storage sheds.
Facebook Continues Craigslist Takeover With Housing RentalsThe social network on Thursday announced that U.S. users can now search hundreds of thousands of housing rentals on its Marketplace section.
Wine Country Fire Victims Seek Housing In Tight, Pricey MarketThe most destructive wildfires in California's history killed 43 people and have left thousands of residents in the fire zone north of San Francisco scrambling for shelter.
2 New Studies Show Shrinking Supply of Affordable Bay Area HomesTwo studies released Friday show the number of homes for sale in the Bay Area for half a million dollars or less is falling.
Sonoma Supes Approve Ordinances To Help House Residents Displaced By WildfiresThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday afternoon unanimously adopted emergency ordinances geared toward providing immediate and emergency housing for residents displaced by the wildfires in the county this month.
San Jose Mayor Seeks To Build 25,000 Homes By 2022The plan aims to complete, have under construction or have approved 25,000 more homes by 2022, 10,000 of which the mayor says will be affordable housing.
San Francisco Housing Developments Get Tangled In Red TapeIn San Francisco, red tape is getting in the way of new projects in three corners of the city.
Tens Of Thousands Of Youth Forced To Couch Surf In Silicon ValleyStartling new numbers show how tens of thousands of homeless young people are "couch surfing" their way through Santa Clara County.
Sunnyvale Home Sells For $782,000 Over Asking PriceEven in the real estate craziness of the Silicon Valley, the sale of a modest four-bedroom home in a quiet Sunnyvale neighborhood has stirred up quite a buzz.
San Francisco Close To Buying Troubled Haight Street McDonald'sCity officials in San Francisco say they are close to finalizing a deal to buy the notorious McDonald's at the end of Haight Street with the plan of eventually building affordable housing on the land.
Housing, Parking Garage Part Of Planned Transit Village At Walnut Creek BARTTwo of the Bay Area's biggest problems -- parking and housing -- likely will get some relief as a new parking garage and a 600-unit transit village go up next to BART's Walnut Creek station.
Activists Want Google To Include Low-Income Housing In San Jose CampusThe Bay Area housing shortage has hit the South Bay hard and there are fears Google's planned mega campus could make it even more difficult for people to afford to live in San Jose.