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The now-evicted Google barge.
4/1/2014

When you picture yourself sneaking past security to board the giant floating toaster known as the Google Barge, you picture some Michael... More»

3/31/2014

If anybody can afford to live in San Francisco, it's the people who can scrape together enough for a condo, right? We mean, that's the life right there... More»

3/24/2014

It isn't just your imagination. That BART car really is more crowded than it used to be. It's harder to get the bartender to notice you at Rickhouse. And... More»

The design for the new tower.
3/19/2014

San Francisco: It's for starchitects now. That was the initial reaction to this week's announcement that... More»

San Jose is becoming the pride of Silicon Valley
3/10/2014

We've all heard plenty about how San Francisco is turning into Silicon Valley. More surprisingly, a recently-convened panel of San Jose planners and city... More»

Rendering of the 3,100-unit, 15 building, $1.5 billion mixed-use mega-developmen
3/3/2014

Even a bubble doesn’t exist in a bubble. As San Franciscans continue to grapple with a dizzying economic and real estate boom, we might find some... More»

teacher
2/27/2014

Every day seems to bring new and terrifying ways to encapsulate just how screwed up San Francisco's real estate market is.... More»

2/26/2014

If you can put together the down payment and qualify for a decent loan, buying a home is one of the best economic decisions you can make. In the long run,... More»

1/22/2014

It feels like it's gotten so bad that the only people who can afford to buy mansions here are Danielle Steel and Mark... More»

Bernal Heights.
1/15/2014

Way back in the innocent days of October of 2012, Salon founder David Talbot asked in this magazine, "... More»

12/17/2013

George Lucas is one wounded wookie this morning, as his long hoped for museum in the Presidio faced another setback. The head of the National Park Service,... More»

12/6/2013

Congratulations all around—it now seems impossible for any of us to afford to live anywhere. If it's not Oakland—... More»