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A new Caltrain station in the Bayview: Here’s the plan

Among the massive infrastructure projects coming down the pike for San Francisco’s stretch of Caltrain tracks, a more modest proposal is taking shape. In...

How to win neighborhoods and influence City Hall

There’s a reason Christopher Guest mockumentaries and fictional TV shows like “Schitt’s Creek” and “Parks and Recreation” are so popular. They reveal the humor...

Mayor’s Small Business Recovery Act survives tight vote from Planning Commission

Mayor London Breed has made support of San Francisco’s small business community central to her plans for The City’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic....

Tenderloin residents push back on group housing project proposals

Tenderloin community groups are raising alarms about market-rate group housing projects in the neighborhood, calling for larger unit sizes for families. Two proposed projects,...

Legislation would ease permitting requirements for massage businesses

Supervisor Hillary Ronen was expected to introduce legislation Tuesday intended to make it easier for local massage practitioners and small business owners to open...

Hunters Point Shipyard residents settle with developer after cleanup scandal

Developers of the Hunters Point Shipyard have agreed to pay $6.3 million in a settlement with homeowners facing impacts from the toxic cleanup scandal,...

Planning Commission to vote on appeal of mixed-use project at Grubstake Diner site

By Carrie Sisto Revised plans to erect an eight-story mixed-use building at the Grubstake Diner site on Pine Street will be considered during...

Valencia Street mixed-use project approved with 24 units of housing

By Carrie Sisto Special to the S.F. Examiner A proposed 24-unit, mixed-use development was conditionally approved for 1021 Valencia St. Thursday after...

COVID is reshaping the streets of San Francisco

Walk down Page Street, which is closed to thru-traffic, and you might encounter a front stoop instrumental concert, kids on training wheels or sidewalk...

How can UCSF house its new workers?

By Fernando Martí and Peter Cohen Healthcare infrastructure has long been a foundation for San Francisco’s economy. So it’s good to see UCSF’s modernization...

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