<p>Supervisors in San Francisco have called on the city to impose the affordable housing standards included in the master plan, a move many in the city's planning department fear will bring development in the city's eastern areas to a halt.</p>
Nov 1, 2006 The San Francisco Bay Guardian
A recent appeal of a Planning Department project approval has forced developers to examine the cumulative impact of all market-rate housing on the city's eastern neighborhoods.
Mar 28, 2006 The San Francisco Bay Guardian
No, according to an op-ed in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, which lists alternative strategies for preserving affordable housing.
Mar 16, 2006 The San Francisco Bay Guardian
Recent development in one of the U.S.'s three Japantowns could threaten remnants of the neighborhood's historic past.
Mar 5, 2006 The San Francisco Bay Guardian
An editorial outlines ideas for dampening effects of California's Ellis Act, which allows landlords to "go out of business" and evict tenants, possibly in order to sell buildings for condo conversion.
Jan 1, 2006 The San Francisco Bay Guardian
As San Francisco's Mission Bay and other eastern areas sees a burst of new housing and other development, housing activists see massive displacement, especially of African-American residents and businesses.
Oct 28, 2005 The San Francisco Bay Guardian