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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Housing

Why it makes sense for stakeholders to sue the city for failing its affordable housing goals

The Housing Element numbers are really funky and don't make sense—and under Breed's Administration, there may be no other option.

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

New study says market conditions, not city requirements, prevent housing construction

It's not affordable-housing policies or regulatory delays: Under current conditions, there is no way to meet the state's housing mandates.

Breed blocks affordable housing project in District 5 for ‘petty politics’

Shuttered car wash could have been more than 100 affordable units, until the mayor went back on a deal with the supes.

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

The story behind the garden-hose assault outside a North Beach gallery

Sup. Peskin's office has been working for years to get help for this homeless person—and city agencies have completely failed them.

San Francisco continues homeless sweeps, during storm, defying a federal court order

New legal filing shows how cops continue to roust the unhoused even when the city can't offer any safe and secure shelter.

My sister and I live at the Oasis Family Shelter. The owners should sell it to the city — not close it down.

IT's making a huge difference in family lives. Losing this site would be a terrible failure.

Why 469 Stevenson, the much-hyped project, will provide zero affordable housing for SoMa

Look at the numbers. It just doesn't add up. And there was a much better alternative.

City study completely ignores the reality of gentrification and displacement

Report on 469 Stevenson misses the point as planners reconsider controversial housing development.

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