Stories about SFBARF

Inside the Yimby conference

Nice civil discussion on the surface -- and some nastiness behind the scenes

Would a simple tax create 30,000 new housing units in SF?

Taxing vacant housing units in SF would bring in $63 million -- and help put more housing on the market right now

YIMBYs, Smart Growth — and unanswered questions

The real-estate industry loves smart growth; here's why

The Agenda, Feb 21-26: More Mission displacement ….

... plus permanent Google buses and a fight over the Ethics Commission

The SF election: What happened?

How did progressives lose the Board of Supes -- and what can we do now?

Developer allies again try to take over Sierra Club

YIMBY Party, which wants more luxury housing, tries to take control of influential local environmental group

Dramatic vote could slow Mission development

Supes signal the end of the Eastern Neighborhoods Plan -- and denounce Trumpist rhetoric from market-rate housing advocates

Palo Alto and the tech shop of horrors

Behind the story of the Peninsula planning commissioner who made national news by saying she had to leave town to buy a house for her family

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

Nimbys, SFBARF, and a clueless writer at the NY Times

Can the reporters who take on housing in San Francisco please take the time to understand some basic facts?