Supervisors Jane Kim and Aaron Peskin introduced a charter amendment yesterday that that would more than double San Francisco’s affordable housing requirements for market rate projects from 12% to 25% in new construction. The city currently requires market-rate projects to provide 12% of their units below market rate. But developers
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In 2012, there was an estimated 284 billion dollars spent on renovations in the United States alone. One thing that is having a big impact on the home improvement market is consumer demand for products that are environmentally friendly and leave less of a carbon footprint.
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The Mission Moratorium, the halt on new luxury developments in San Francisco’s Mission district is a hot bed issue. Big developers hate the idea, the majority of San Francisco’s supervisors and mission residents support it, this is why