The Affordable Housing Bonus Program does not incentivize development that will benefit San Francisco residents who are being pushed out. Here are three reasons why.
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On February 8, 2015, organizations from across San Francisco occupied Paolo shoe store on Fillmore Street owned by Sergio Iantorno's son Paolo.
[people. power. media] reporter Dyan Ruiz interviews longtime San Francisco housing activist Calvin Welch about why residents fight against development amidst the City's affordability crisis.
Fernando Martí (CCHO) says San Francisco Planning Department's recently released video glosses over the City's lack of real numbers and strategies for affordable housing.
Activists marauding Google buses, the hippie enclave turning into a playgroun
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The Program allows these developers to access $3 million in City funds to purchase between 5 and 25 unit buildings in San Francisco. This opinion piece explains some of the core problems and missed opportunities concerning how this program is being rolled out.
Parents of Spanish Immersion School in the Mission District speak out against a proposed luxury condo development next door.
The Plaza 16 Coalition rallies against condominiums proposed to be built at the northeast corner of 16th and Mission at one of San Francisco’s busiest intersections.