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Breaking News: Assemblymember Phil Ting re-launches Reset San Francisco

Housing

It’s no secret – housing in San Francisco is at an all-time high, and it’s a growing crisis as families who have been living here for generations are priced out of their homes and out of the city. Our task is to build not just more housing, but more affordable housing, and the kind of affordable housing that will help keep families in San Francisco.

Resetting San Francisco means an honest conversation about how we can build more housing, build the right kind of housing, build the right mix of housing, build upon our recent success in protecting tenants and do this all while preserving our quality of life.

San Francisco Buyout Agreement Ordinance Challenged by City Housing Organizations
3 weeks ago

San Francisco Buyout Agreement Ordinance Challenged by City Housing Organizations

By  •  Housing, News

Via Bay City News Individuals and housing industry organizations that challenge the constitutionality of a Buyout Agreement Ordinance which was passed by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors and set to …
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The Mission’s revolutionary homeless shelter
4 weeks ago

The Mission’s revolutionary homeless shelter

Via, The Bay City News

“The Navigation Center” aims to revolutionize the homeless shelter system

A new type of homeless shelter is opening up in San Francisco’s Mission District in …
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L.A.’s Luxury Solution to Homelessness
4 months ago

L.A.’s Luxury Solution to Homelessness

By  •  Housing

Homelessness isn’t just an issue in San Francisco – it’s a prevalent problem in Los Angeles. L.A. has now built state of the art apartment complexes, offering community gardens, libraries, …
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Weighing Housing Against History
4 months ago

Weighing Housing Against History

By  •  Housing

There was once a time where San Francisco was known and loved for being a big city with a small town feel; full of classic bars and coffee shops, mom-and-pop …
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Former SRO Tenants Illegally evicted for “Techie Commune”
4 months ago

Former SRO Tenants Illegally evicted for “Techie Commune”

By  •  Housing

Six former tenants of a single room occupancy (SRO) hotel are suing their former landlord over wrongful eviction, after their building was damaged in a 2011 fire, then illegally converted …
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Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?
4 months ago

Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?

By  •  Housing

By: Caitlin Nelson

The San Francisco Chronicle recently published an article by urban design critic John King about the proposed developments along Market Street. King notes that a number of …
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