Less expensive cities are offering incentives so they can cultivate their own cultural brands.
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.
The gap between the rich and the poor grew more here in recent years than in any other big U.S. city.
Galleries in one Geary Street building forced out in favor of an expanding enterprise computing firm.
Owners withdraw appeal challenging suspension of demolition permit that would have paved way for offices.
EngageSF is bringing together new and longtime residents in the Mission to get a dialogue going.
The comic takes aim at gentrification and Google buses, and the crowd goes wild.
In weekend tenants’ convention, an anti-speculation idea from the late Harvey Milk is resurrected.