Stories about displacement

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.

The virus of poverty

The fear that many of us feel today has been a part of daily life for homeless people.

Is the Monster in the Mission dead?

And does that mean that community-based planning and affordable housing could be the future for 16th and Mission?

The fix was in: Mayor appoints political ally to run city planning

'Indefensible' appointment puts private-sector housing ally in key position as city faces massive displacement issues.

The misleading reports (and reporting) on Prop. E

Once again, some city officials (and the Chron) are using scare tactics to suggest that linking office growth to housing will ruin the economy.

Moms 4 Housing spurs right-to-purchase law in Oakland

City Council to consider bill that would give renters the right to buy their units to prevent speculators from flipping

Review: ‘Mimi’s Suitcase’ packs a lot in, but destination is cloudy

Playing 27 characters in several languages and countries, Ana Bayat creates an autobiographical tale full of momentum.

Preston wants rent control for Midtown

Legislation would protect tenants in the historic city-owned complex.

Protesters shut down Wiener at SB50 press conference

Anti-displacement activists demand affordable housing and denounce private-market speculation.

Wiener’s housing deregulation bill is back!

Plus: A settlement with the city's worst planning scofflaw -- and what is a sustainable neighborhood? That's The Agenda for Jan. 5 to Jan 12.