Stories about Development

Can hotels become permanent housing for homeless people?

Some of them clearly could -- if the city is ready to think about the long term.

SOMA Pilipinas restaurants pivot to feed community

#FilipinosFeedTheFrontlines supports healthcare workers, seniors, low-income families while keeping chefs cooking.

New Music: Yazmin Lacey’s ‘Morning Matters’ keeps a high vibration

With her latest EP, the UK vocalist rides a new era of Neo-soul while crafting something forcefully and irresistibly her own.

For taxi drivers, COVID is a brutal dilemma

Cabs are critical to seniors and disabled people who need to get to the grocery store -- but the industry is in serious trouble. Here's how drivers can get help.

Screen Grabs: How about a little levity?

Suggestions for light streaming: Classic screwballs, surreal slapstick, low-rent aliens, and a doc to rival 'Tiger King.'

Density, neoliberalism, and COVID

SF has allowed developers to build housing and offices for more and more people -- without paying for the infrastructure that we need to take care of them.

Supes promise protections for small businesses and gig workers

Ronen, Preston also working to block commercial and residential evictions.

Final, final results: Progressives win three judges, DCCC

Mary Jung, the former party chair and real-estate lobbyist, loses her seat on the party's policy-making board.

City starts to plan for coronavirus in homeless and SRO communities

Some steps to allow isolation and care -- but advocates say it's still short of what's needed.

Bayview Hunters Point tests its air

Finding sites for the Marie Harrison Air Monitoring Network puts the needs of the Bayview back in the hands of the community.