San Francisco Planning Commission
A San Francisco Superior Court judge Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a parent and environmental group that opposed plans to convert the city’s Beach Chalet athletic fields from grass to artificial turf.
The debate over plans to build a 47-story condominium tower on Mission Street downtown has spilled north of Market Street to Union Square, where opponents have raised concerns the building will cast too much shadow over the plaza.
Bicyclists in San Francisco may soon find it a lot easier to find a parking space for their two-wheelers.
San Francisco’s Planning Commission on Thursday gave the public an opportunity to weigh in on the proposal to build the Golden State Warriors’ Arena at Piers 30-32. Reaction ranged from unbridled enthusiasm to serious concerns.
A proposal to replace the Beach Chalet grass fields in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park with synthetic turf and lighting is being considered Thursday evening at a joint hearing of the city’s Planning and Recreation and Park commissions.
Neighborhood and environmental groups Friday filed an appeal of the final environmental impact report for the 34th America’s Cup sailing race in San Francisco, the same day Mayor Ed Lee announced a new development agreement with race organizers.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors are scheduled to vote next week in what could pave the way for a new library and playground in North Beach.
Supporters say developing these 400 acres in the middle of San Francisco Bay is a unique opportunity.
New details have emerged about a plan to revamp a massive apartment complex near the San Francisco State University campus.
Planners have approved a San Francisco Italian restaurant’s singing waiter proposal – Puccini with pizza.