Housing

Mission community gets a win with new 100 percent affordable housing project

The controversial proposal for majority-market-rate housing at 1515 South Van Ness Ave. (nicknamed by detractors…

Pilot program gives shelter to homeless students, families

One of the most divisive measures on last year’s local ballot, Proposition C—a half-percent tax…

Mission community cries foul after hearing for ‘Monster in the Mission’ is cancelled

A Nov. 1 Public Commissioner hearing at Mission High School regarding the infamous “Monster in…

First entirely affordable housing project for seniors finds home in the Mission

Tears and cheers greeted the speakers on June 20 at the groundbreaking ceremony for Casa…

Mission residents divided over new homeless navigation center

An April 24 town hall meeting left the Mission community flustered and divided over the…

Homeless encampments are being removed but homeless remain

Editor’s Note: This article is a project of San Francisco State University’s Latina/Latino Journalism class…

Ballot measure results show CA is well left of nation

A number of important decisions were made at the ballot this year, although the commotion…

News Briefs: August 11-24, 2016

[su_label type=”info”]Bay Area [/su_label] Purchase of rent-controlled buildings means tenants can stay The San Francisco…

NEWS BRIEFS

[su_label type=”info”]BAY AREA [/su_label] Immigrant parents could be able to vote for school board In…

Major affordable housing development coming to the Mission

With San Francisco’s Mission District being one of the most expensive neighborhoods in one of…