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Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

Why 469 Stevenson, the much-hyped project, will provide zero affordable housing for SoMa

Look at the numbers. It just doesn't add up. And there was a much better alternative.

The SoMa project that created a furor in the Assembly race is back again

Planning is trying again on 469 Stevenson, but the EIR appeal didn't delay a project that isn't going to be built any time soon anyway. Oh, and Yimby Law just lost.

Honey Mahogany talks about Treasure Island finances and how to make the project work

D6 candidate supports the unpopular toll, but knows more about the complex situation than the incumbent, Matt Dorsey.

Matt Dorsey’s Treasure Island problem

It's a key part of the district's future—but he hasn't been able to explain his vision (or even his understanding of the issues).

How independent are Breed’s commissioners? Apparently not very.

Plus: The Planning Department is talking about 'equity;' what does that mean? That's The Agenda for Sept. 25-Oct. 2

Why SF’s downtown is not coming back

For 50 years, SF mayors and their allies have pushed highrise office space, destroying anything in its path. They were wrong, and now we are paying the price.

Another ridiculous attack on SF progressives, this time by Nellie Bowles and The Atlantic

Excuse me, no: The city has not be destroyed by the left. How many times do we have to explain this?

What if we let artists and homeless people take over all the empty SF office space?

The old work model is over, and downtown and the local economy is going to suffer—unless we get creative about the future.

Task Force finally listens to community, moves 5-4 to reject gerrymandered map

Community organizing and pressure forces panel to adopt a more acceptable map—for now.