Opponents of tech shuttles had fought city plan to charge the buses $1 per stop per day.
The online home rental site says it will collect the city’s 14 percent hotel tax.
Living in the Bay Area isn’t easy, but for average-wage workers it could be worse.
City officials estimate there are about 40,000 such units, about 10 percent of the housing supply.
Facebook, Apple, Intuit and Google plant trees, pathways and habitats for birds at their headquarters.
Records suggest that the city can hit Ed Lee’s stated goal of 30,000 new units by 2020 quite easily.
Rising property values and hot real estate market fuel developers’ interest in Winchester Ranch.
Can local cities subsidize units people can pay for, without help from the state?
Two bills from legislators would allow cities to restrict how landlords can use controversial law.
Galleries in one Geary Street building forced out in favor of an expanding enterprise computing firm.