Stories about Affordable Housing

Can SF prevent 15 low-income renters from losing their homes?

The city gives breaks to tech companies and big developers; it must be possible to prevent military vets from getting evicted

The Agenda, Oct. 1-8: Big changes at Ocean Beach …

... and more depressing news about the jobs-housing balance. We look at the week ahead

Assault on local control equals deregulation of housing

Democrats in Sacramento guarantee that real-estate interests will trump affordability

Protest over ‘backroom deal’ on Excelsior affordable housing project

Community leaders cry foul over closed-door Safai talks with Safeway and Bridge Housing

Who let the I-Hotel fall?

Dianne Feinstein played a key role in letting a speculator tear down the building and leave it as a hole in the wall for more than two decades

Homeless — because the rent is too damn high

Rent increases are a major cause of homelessness, a new national study finds

Long live the I-Hotel

Let's not forget the struggle that shaped SF's housing battles four decades ago

Bayview tenants get eviction reprieve

Planning Commission delays action on demolition of rental housing units

15 tenants face unusual eviction in Bayview

City crackdown on illegal units could cost vulnerable veterans their homes

Yes (on affordable housing) In My Back Yard!

I would be thrilled to see 200,000 new units of affordable social housing in the city. Just not more housing for the rich --because it's not about density, it's about displacement