City lawmakers unanimously passed a law making it all but impossible to stage a no-fault eviction of teachers and students during the school year. Landlords sued, and a California judge broke for the plaintiff this week.
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While there promises to be little to no sun this Labor Day Weekend, that doesn't mean you should lie around all weekend mainlining Netflix. And if you didn't plan anything, here are five choice things to do should you need inspiration.
Living rooms are just that: The rooms where we live. "It’s where we now do everything," says Portland-based designer Lynne Parker. Here are her nine tips and tricks for making your home's most-used room the best room.
Although the rehab work on the circa 1929 onetime department store is mostly done, there's yet more to be done to turn it into something that could serve as a Silicon Valley-style office for one of the world's wealthiest tech companies.
As we enter day five of Burning Man 2016 in the Nevada desert, let's check out some new structures and art pieces that have seemingly appeared overnight. Ships, pop-art cars, illuminated skateboards, and more.
New York, Boston, and Washington DC are up, while San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose are down. That's good news in this context, because we're talking about rents, with the August fog cooling the market and shaving a few dollars off median rents.
Salesforce Tower is throwing shade at the Millennium Tower. Literally. As of today, the hyper-anticipated high-rise has reached the 720-foot mark, bringing it well past the Millennium Tower’s 645-foot status.
As far as designer office space goes, you can't ask much more than a four story 1906 Victorian with all of the trimmings. The positively titanic proportions of this 10-bed former boarding house make it a tough sell, but it's a true SF classic.
If you've been in the market for the ideal strategic perch from which to survey all of San Francisco, consider this literally towering 1915 house on a Tiburon hillside, with windows all the way up to its vaulted celing.
After high-profile blazes in the neighborhood promoted David Campos to hint at the possibility of nefarious shenanigans at play, we took a look at city data to uncover whether the supervisor's worries about an arson cluster are hot air.
While a well-known hotel heiress’s first time on the Playa has, alas, become the most talked about news story to emerge out of Burning Man 2016 thus far, let us not forget what actually matters at Black Rock City—cool pop-up architecture and art.
Sixteen of the long abandoned gun positions at Fort Scott will briefly become studios for artists from Iran, Syria, China, Cuba, Vietnam, and Korean. And the exhibition is titled "Home Land Security." We're going to leave the political vibe be.
San Francisco's housing market is one of the most robust in the nation, and there's little danger of a significant downturn. Which is great news and also awful, awful news. Though always pricey, the buy-in price for SF is up 577 percent since 1986.
Marketed as a Marina teardown, this circa 1926 single-family home was listed for $1,999,000. While inhabitable, it had two things going for it—the prized block its on (37 Rico Way being the address), and the neighborhood its in.
An estimated tens of thousands of people will attend the annual festival of sand, scorching temperatures, and super cool structures. Be it art cars, massive shelters, or a three-story Victrola, each day brings about a new batch of things to see.
The circa 1914 mansion modeled on an Austrian palace and so big it was once visible from San Francisco is one of Berkeley's most storied historical and architectural resources. It's also been a serious albatross on the neck of some past owners.
Michael Kershnar, artist and ska8r boi, is known in art circles for this murals, typically involving nature and the spiritual world. He was recently tapped by Silicon Valley bigwig Neal Howard George to create a work for his six-year-old son.
At the tail end of the midcentury aesthetic is this untouched midcentury house at 60 Laidley. It is nothing short of astounding. Also rare, insofar as the San Francisco market goes, is how it’s come away unscathed over the years.