Massive Fire Erupts At Concord Townhouse Complex Under ConstructionA late night two-alarm fire raced through a townhouse construction project early Friday, heavily damaging several units before crews were able to bring it under control.
Drastic Drops: Median San Francisco 1-Bedroom Rent Down Nearly 12% Amid COVID-19 PandemicRents for one bedroom apartments in San Francisco in June were down nearly 12 percent from this time last year.
Yes In God's Back Yard: State Senate Approves Allowing Affordable Housing On Church LotsA bill that would spur the development of affordable housing on church parking lots and property owned by houses of worship has passed the State Senate.
San Francisco Supes Place CEO Tax, Affordable Housing Plan On BallotSan Francisco supervisors introduced several charter amendments that will be decided by voters this November.
BART Approves Mixed Use Development At West Oakland StationThe BART Board of Directors this week approved a mixed-use housing development at the West Oakland station that will include some 350,000 square feet of retail and office space.
Coronavirus Update: Hayward Offering Rent Relief Grants For Residents At Risk Of DisplacementThe city of Hayward announced Wednesday rent relief grants for residents impacted financially by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Clara Supes Hold Off On Extending Coronavirus Eviction MoratoriumThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors punted Tuesday on a potential extension of the county's temporary moratorium on evictions.
State Senate Proposal Tackles Rents, Economic Recovery From CoronavirusThe government would cover rent payments for some low-income Californians impacted by the coronavirus under a proposal backed by state Senate leaders.
Yosemite Employees Evicted Amid Coronavirus PandemicAn estimated 90 shuttle bus drivers and Yosemite National Park transportation workers who were laid off after the park closed to visitors in March are now facing eviction.
Coronavirus Update: UC Hastings Chancellor Blasts City's COVID-19 Tenderloin Plan As 'Entirely Inadequate'The chancellor of UC Hastings College of Law lashed out at San Francisco officials Friday, criticizing the city's Tenderloin safety plan as doing little more than encouraging sidewalk camping and facilitating already rampant drug dealing.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Announces Tenderloin Plan Following Lawsuit Over 'Deplorable' ConditionsOfficials with the City of San Francisco announced a plan to address worsening conditions in the Tenderloin during the coronavirus pandemic, following a lawsuit.
Marin County Officials Expand Eviction Protections During Coronavirus EmergencyThe Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday passed an amended resolution that further protects tenants from being evicted.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Issues Moratorium On Rent Increases Through MaySan Mateo County supervisors on Tuesday passed an emergency moratorium on rent increases.
Advocates Call On Gov. Gavin Newsom To Cancel Rent, Mortgage Payments During Coronavirus PandemicCalifornia residents, activists, advocates and legislators called on Gov. Gavin Newsom to cancel rent and mortgage payments during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco's Densely Populated Chinatown Struggles With Social DistancingOne of Chinatown's charms is it's bustle. The tight knit community is known for being just that, small and dense. During COVID-19 it's very essence is now it's greatest threat.