Stories about PDR

Why allowing more housing makes property more expensive

Loosen zoning restrictions and you get higher land values -- but there's another approach, and it's not really all that crazy

The Agenda, May 16-22: Big, ugly luxury housing projects in the Mission and the Tenderloin….

Plus lying cops, some very cool events -- and a new level of political sleaze. We look at the week ahead

Who sent the mayor to Brazil? A group that wants to turn the Mission into tech offices

So we haven’t seen much of Mayor Ed Lee for a while, partly because he doesn’t seem to want to hear protesters go after...

Planning Commission delays PDR displacement, rejects hotel conversion

Luxury condo plan in Potrero would shadow church windows ... as well as destroy 7,000 square feet of PDR space

New SF political group launches with fall election focus

VisionSF seeks to bring volunteers out for the key housing measure on the November ballot By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 3, 2015 – A new political group...

The Agenda, Sept. 21-27: The fate of tenant protections

Key legislation comes before the supes. Plus: developer subsidies and Mission development controls By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 – A major expansion of the city’s...

The problem with the Mission Moratorium report

City's economist misses a few key points in his analysis of the impacts of the Mission Moratorium By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 -- The Chronicle...

Hubris unbound: Landlords appeal 660 Third St case

Amazing: After losing at every step of the planning process, developers who illegally converted industrial space to offices are trying another appeal By Zelda Bronstein SEPTEMBER...

SF finally cracks down on illegal offices

Zoning decision on Soma building sends a message that developers can't just turn industrial space into offices By Zelda Bronstein SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 -- San Francisco’s...

At 17th and Mission, a “gentrification bomb”

 Planning Commission sets terrible precedent, allows tech office space to displace artists in the Mission By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 – There was a lot...