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Tagged with: CEQA

New study shows private market can’t and won’t create workforce housing in SF

The city's own study shows that the entire Yimby narrative is based on a fundamental economic falsehood.

The SoMa project that created a furor in the Assembly race is back again

Planning is trying again on 469 Stevenson, but the EIR appeal didn't delay a project that isn't going to be built any time soon anyway. Oh, and Yimby Law just lost.

Should shopping malls become housing? Yes—but only if the state does it right

The Legislature has responded to affordable-housing developers. But there's a lot of unfinished work to protect vulnerable communities.

Why CEQA matters

Blaming CEQA for California’s problems is easier than wrestling with the root causes of challenges like housing affordability and access to higher education

Scathing new city report repudiates Lee, Breed policies on Uber, Lyft

Planners say TNCs have caused terrible problems because the city didn't regulate them. Plus, on housing: It's capitalism, stupid.

Bogus group-housing plan approved—sort of

In a sign of how messed up state law has become, Supes allow five-unit building that developer says is too small.

UCSF’s new hospital: A pretty building, but in the wrong place

The school's plans will make one part of the city more unlivable and the other part less healthy and wealthy.

Luxury housing will destroy the last low-income community in Soma

Oh, and on a site with very shaky ground, the building could be the next Leaning Tower.

School Board recall election set; Assembly candidates could run four times

Plus: Some very sketchy moves by signature gatherers for Boudin recall effort.

Appeal seeks to block reopening of the Great Highway to cars

But neighborhood residents say closure has just driven heavy traffic into local streets that can't handle it.