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The project's development team has held several meetings to garner local input and support.
David Kriozere is holding weekly chats to answer questions and solicit feedback about his forthcoming project.
Alamo Square resident Christopher Holden is dealing with the grief of losing partner Jonathan Conte, along with a steep rent increase, according to SFGate.
We took a tour of the major renovation at the SFUSD's oldest continually operating school, built in 1911.
The new design shakes up the building's look and adds new considerations for the neighboring Independent.
Bad housing policies, the tech boom and $4 toast are to blame for San Francisco's problems, according to this parody of the opening credits of "Full House" and its new Netflix spinoff "Fuller House."
Not sure how AHBP will impact Divisadero and Fillmore, in light of their recent rezoning? Here's where it applies, and what it would change.
The Supervisor, who could potentially be at risk of eviction herself, is hosting a forum to educate local tenants.
Tomorrow, the Planning Commission will vote on the renovation of the historic Harding Theater and the construction of a five-story condo building on the lot next door.
Not sure what Divisadero's recent zoning changes mean for the neighborhood? Here's an explanation of how they work.
Plans are being explored to construct five floors of residential, commercial, and community space inside the church at Fell and Fillmore.
Neighbors are invited to give feedback on the six-story, 60-unit proposed building before the project sponsor submits an application.
A neighborhood meeting is taking place at Club Waziema tonight to discuss luxury developments along Divisadero.