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Tagged with: Developers

Big Real Estate wants to prevent effective rent control—and is pushing SF supes

Showdown looms next week on state ballot measure that would let local government regulate rents on new housing, vacant apartments.

A truly bizarre debate on rent control at the Board of Supes

Stefani, Dorsey argue that protecting tenants is somehow a Nimby plot to block new housing.

Is crime really the only issue in the SF mayor’s race?

There is so much more to talk about. But that's not what the Democratic Party debate suggested.

Finally, SF is applying for federal money to house 750 low-income people

Supes pressed for a program Mayor's Office was ignoring, until now.

New upzoning and ‘objective design’ rules could lead to small business displacement

Plus: another $500,000 payout for bad law-enforcement practices; when will it end? That's The Agenda for June 2-9

Pickleball, cheesecake, Tiki drinks: SF DocFest serves up every flavor

23rd installment dishes out plenty from locals, plus TV Unarians, queer Roma, Thomas Kinkade, more

Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

Developers, not CEQA, are keeping a SoMa housing site as a parking lot

The city needs to buy 469 Stevenson for affordable housing.

Peskin wants a hands-on mayor, Breed wants a downtown party (for some people) …

... and how is the city planning to create 14,000 housing units for extremely low income households? That's The Agenda for May 5-12