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  The year is 2037, and San Francisco is thriving. The housing crisis is a distant memory. Homelessness is at an all-time low... More»


  Around midday on April 22, 2015, Leonard Johnson, clad in his pajamas, was slicing vegetables for a salad when he heard the... More»


    On a cloudless afternoon in June, Hamdy Abbass steps gingerly along the remnants of a country road, making... More»


  Immigrants! They get the job done. And, having gotten the job done, they buy houses—and pay hundreds of millions of dollars in property... More»


  In San Francisco there are two classes of renters: those with rent control and those without. But even renters who live in... More»


  On August 7, the Brisbane City Council postponed—again—a decision on whether to approve the Brisbane Baylands, a... More»


If and when Congress makes good on President Trump’s pledge to overhaul the country’s transportation infrastructure, authorities should use the... More»


  It’s long been said that the biggest obstacle to solving San Francisco’s homeless crisis is a lack of available... More»


  Earlier this year, Alex Lubinsky, the CEO of the company Rentberry, disseminated an email to local journalists billing... More»


Wander into the Hibernia Bank building and you feel like Richard Dreyfuss in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, agog at the illuminated mother... More»


  Deb Follingstad, the Bernal Heights tenant whose out-of-the-blue 315 percent rent increase... More»