Less expensive cities are offering incentives so they can cultivate their own cultural brands.
Sculptor builds tiny mobile structures that afford privacy and shelter for some of his neighbors.
In weekend tenants’ convention, an anti-speculation idea from the late Harvey Milk is resurrected.
Protest blocks buses as city transit board approves plan to formally allow the buses to use Muni stops.
Land-use protections, rent controls and a lack of single-family homes constrain development.
The rise in downtown construction is raising concerns about the impacts of greater population density.
Affordable housing, and the lack of it, turns into a cause. Meantime, where’s our wet season?
Unless there’s a last-minute reprieve, the Haight Street drop-in center will shut down on Christmas Day.