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Supes put a hold on Breed’s Treasure Island developer bailout plan

Mayor's Office, developers now have to figure out how to move forward with a deeply troubled project

Big Treasure Island developers seek $115 million city bailout

Deal would tie up all of SF's borrowing authority for three years—and could cost the taxpayers millions.

Citizens advisory committee presses Navy for answers on Hunters Point Shipyard

Military’s five-year review of clean-up and reuse plan reveals continued challenges for the toxic site.

The 54-year battle for People’s Park continues

The cops are back. Barricades are up. The unhoused are evicted. Cars are towed. UC doesn't care.

In ‘Portal,’ John King tells the strange and wondrous saga of the Ferry Building

Beloved landmark came with surprising amount of drama and alternate realities, vividly detailed in Chron critic's new book.

A new, stealthy Amazon delivery center on the edge of the Bayview?

More trucks in an area with serious air-quality issues. Plus: Evictions in supportive housing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 3-10

Should developers bulldoze 100,000 houses on the west side of town?

It's not an idle question. It's part of the mayor's housing agenda. And it's not going to lead to more affordability.

Wiener, the Yimbys, and the 50-story tower

An ambitious politician is backing away from the Yimby position in the face of a project that is going to be deeply unpopular.

When the Chron didn’t get the memo

Wow: the paper that drove downtown office development for decades now says that was a bad policy—but never admits its role

Housing for ‘families’ or corporate rentals?

Planning Commission approves the conversion of units that were supposed to help the housing crisis into very expensive places for short-term use.

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