San Francisco Officially Acquires Real Estate to Make 'Monster In the Mission' Project 100% Affordable
Mayor London Breed’s office and the SF Board of Supervisors recently announced the completion of a deal between housing developer Crescent Heights and Maximus Real Estate Partners that will lead to an affordable housing project of 330 low-income units at 1979 Mission Street.
SF Supes Reject CEQA Challenge to The Creamery's Move to the Mission, Upsetting Anti-Gentrification Activists
A tech-famous coffeeshop that was the storied birthplace of Airbnb and Stripe, The Creamery, is likely getting to move ahead with its plans to relocate to 14th and Mission streets from its former digs in SoMa after months of pushback.
[Update] Fnnch Mural Painted Over at LGBT Center; Honey Bears Targeted With Graffiti Because of Association With Gentrification
San Francisco street artist fnnch has attracted a tsunami of online anger and criticism in recent months, and even more of that exploded when he was confronted by one of his critics in a now widely seen Instagram video.
Slain ‘Monster in the Mission’ Property Up for Sale, Local Nonprofit Interested in Buying
The developer of the wildly unpopular proposed “Monster in the Mission” luxury condo and apartment project has given up the ghost, and a community group hopes to swoop in and build 100 percent affordable housing.
'Die Yuppie Scum' Spray Painted On Site Of Future Outer Sunset Brewpub
Forthcoming Outer Sunset Brewpub Tagged With 'Die Yuppie Scum' Graffiti https://t.co/88g16UU4Iv by @yourprotagonist pic.twitter.com/nFui7ptEtg— Hoodline (@HoodlineSF) June 16, 2016 Someone really doesn't like brewpubs. Or, perhaps, they
Planning Commission Approves Controversial, Massive Mid-Market Residential Development
Known for its downtown office buildings from the towering 50 California to the Market Square/Twitter building, real estate investors the Shorenstein Organization received Planning Commission approval yesterday afternoon for their first residential