Strip clubs having a tough time recruiting new talent hosted a job fair Monday to find the best in the business — further proof of a rebounding economy.
A storage locker in downtown San Jose is the closest thing some people have to a home.
The owner of a nearly 50 acre compound in Hillsborough has tacked on an unusual caveat to his $100 million sale price; he intends to continue living in the home until he dies.
Rents in San Francisco are on the rise, up 13 percent from a year ago. Supply is short, partially because so many people are looking to live in the city but work elsewhere as corporate commuter shuttles make it easier for workers.