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Dramatic new study questions transit-oriented development

The supes decided today to once again delay a decision on the 117-unit luxury condo project at 2675 Folsom, as the developer and community...

On the streets, after the Oakland fire

“All fire victims will have to leave the “temporary shelter” with or without any money or housing on April 6th,” reported Audrey Candy Corn, POOR...

The Agenda, Feb 21-26: More Mission displacement ….

The luxury-housing assault on the Mission continues this week as the Planning Commission decides Thursday/23 whether to allow a developer to demolish an auto...

The Agenda, Oct. 23-30: Does the Eastern Neighborhoods plan even work any more?

There’s more and more evidence that the Eastern Neighborhoods Plan, which since 2008 has guided development in a large swath of San Francisco, is...

‘SOS’ effort launched to save The Stud

In the wake of Sunday's shock announcement that SF's 50-year-old gay bar the Stud faces a 200-percent rent hike and may close, a co-op...

50-year-old gay bar The Stud faces closure as rent triples

UPDATE: Artist and nightlife fixture Mica Sigourney aka VivvyAnne ForeverMore!, hostess of Club Some Thing at the Stud, has announced he is forming a community...

A terrible housing bill looms in Sacramento

The State Assembly may vote as early as Monday on a bill that would give real estate developers a huge windfall at the expense...

The Agenda, May 16-22: Big, ugly luxury housing projects in the Mission and the Tenderloin….

The local news media made a big deal of the legal thrashing that Federal Judge Charles Breyer gave to an SF police officer who,...

Supes oppose displacement — then approve displacement

After voting for a measure to give neighborhood preference in affordable housing, board votes for giant development that neighborhood opposes By Tim Redmond The Board of...

New study shows Mission in dire trouble

City report says Latinos are getting forced out, working-class people are getting forced out, families are getting forced out -- and building new market-rate...