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More stories about San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA

  • Connecting Housing and Health

    OAKLAND, CALIF.—Two critical needs—affordable housing and health care— are being met inside Seven Directions.

  • One-on-One with Len Auerbach

    With a career that has spanned more than 35 years, Len Auerbach is that rare lighting designer whose practice successfully bridges the worlds of theater and architecture.

  • From Eviction to Homeownership

    An Oakland, Calif., family threatened with eviction is on track to purchase the home they rented, according to ACORN Housing Corp.

  • Developers, Lenders Discuss Stalled Projects

    SAN FRANCISCO—Affordable housing deals using the tax credit exchange and other new stimulus programs are starting to inch forward.

  • FHLBank of San Francisco Announces AHP Awards

    SAN FRANCISCO-Forty-two affordable housing developments will receive $30.3 million through the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco’s Affordable Housing Program (AHP).

  • ULI Study Examines the Costs of Housing,Transportation

    SAN FRANCISCO—When buying a new home, imagine if you could look at a sticker and see how much it would cost to commute from that house to your job

  • News

    IRC adopts residential-sprinkler requirement; Long Island town imposes energy-efficiency standards; new homes shrinking; more

  • Railton Serves San Francisco's Neediest

    SAN FRANCISCO—Ian Campbell has a place to call his own at Railton Place, a big deal for a man who lived in Golden Gate Park for 17 years. “I'm flabbergasted,†he says. “This place is gorgeous.â€

  • Old Highway Leads to New Housing

    SAN FRANCISCO—When the old Central Freeway was demolished several years ago after being battered by the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, it created a unique opportunity to build something new.

  • Historic Church Gets Second Chance

    SAN FRANCISCO—A historic church that has been part of the city's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood for 93 years has been given back its grandeur, if not its original use.