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Tagged with: Developers

A (major) new twist on affordable housing legislation

Last-minute Mandelman move seeks to allow widespread housing demolition—potentially dooming Chan's affordable-housing measure.

Major housing policy changes happening—but will they work?

Upzoning, a budget deal, competing visions of affordable housing—and a bit of reality about the current market.

What if we let artists and homeless people take over all the empty SF office space?

The old work model is over, and downtown and the local economy is going to suffer—unless we get creative about the future.

The jobs-housing mix in SF is a mess

Plus: The reality of a new Climate Action Plan and a much-needed investigative hearing on conflicts of interest. That's The Agenda for Dec. 13-19

Tenderloin project shows serious loopholes in SF planning rules

Developer can double the number of units, change the use—and present no financial data—and planners say it's still the same project.

Two major developer-driven housing bills head for Assembly floor

Newsom may soon be asked to sign deregulation measures—at a time when Wall Street is moving fast into the CA housing market.

Wiener supports giant project pushed through with no neighborhood input

At town hall, senators says that Yimbys 'are the best thing that's happened' and said he supports a massive Potrero Hill project that avoids Planning Commission approval.

Study: New housing for the rich leads to more evictions for the poor

Data from Madison Wisconsin could have implications for efforts to force more market-rate development into vulnerable SF neighborhoods.

Muni director talks about cutting lines and changing focus

Post-COVID plans could alter the city's transportation policy in some profound ways.

Wiener’s housing bill could encourage even more sprawl

Read the fine print: Obscene development in Tassajara Valley could qualify for special protection under SB 10.