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Tagged with: Rent

The national pundits can complain, but in SF, progressives get things done

The San Francisco left is fighting for things that the national Democratic Party has abandoned.

The news media ignore affordable housing. Plus: Taking on the Hunters Point toxics …

... where' the rent-relief money going, and why does SF need another massive office and housing complex downtown? That's The Agenda for Oct. 2-9

Planning Commission wants more clarity on building where Chinese immigrants evicted

Panel refuses to approve minutes that lack direct accountability for department and property owners

Evictions, displacement and a discretionary review on the edge of Chinatown

Plus: Will there be real civilian oversight of the Sheriff's Office? That's The Agenda for Aug. 21-28

The price of Ellis Act speculation, and how SF can help tenants survive it

Plus: How is the city going to meet its state-mandate affordable housing goals? That's The Agenda for May 16-22

Live Shots: SF Music Day filled War Memorial with thrilling local sounds

A spectacular array of local talent gathered for a free festival on Sunday, March 20.

Under the Stars: Automatic returns, SF Music Day resounds…

Under the Stars is a quasi-weekly column that presents new music releases, upcoming shows, and a number of other adjacent items. We keep moving...

Are ADUs affordable housing?

The NYT says yes—but even the Chron agrees that the data shows these units are not a very effective way to address the housing crisis.

Breed seeks to undermine support for new affordable housing money

Mayor London Breed is trying to undermine an effort to add more money to the city budget for social housing and rent relief and...

Preston seeks $64 million, now, for social housing purchases

The city has the cash to buy buildings that are at risk for speculation and evictions, which could have a huge impact on displacement.