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
The internet is full of people who talk shit. Most of them have no sense of humor. I do, so these are my responses. Critique: “What a fucking hipster” My Response: I was a hipster way before it was cool, bro. Critique: “Why haven’t you put out a platform yet?” My
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The TRO asks for judicial intervention to halt the sale of 104 affordable apartment homes, 80% of which are under Section 8, to an unknown speculator
Get this — SF Mayor Ed Lee was once a radical tenants’ rights activist back in the 1970s. Yes, I said tenants’ rights activist. The same Ed Lee who currently presides over a stratospheric real estate boom that’s evicting unprecedented numbers of ethnic working class families and elderly people once dedicated his life
Most San Franciscans have no idea that they qualify to own their own home! I’m not talking miles outside of the city in suburban child factory land, but in San Francisco proper! A portion of all new construction in San Francisco, currently a minimum of 12%, is required by law to be sold as price