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Steady As It Goes: Stabilizing Treasure, Yerba Buena Islands

Steady As It Goes: Stabilizing Treasure, Yerba Buena Islands
Several projects are underway on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island this fall that will create and strengthen the foundation for the construction of new homes, hotels and retail spaces ... MORE

Brown Signs Bills to Increase Housing Supply, Affordability

Brown Signs Bills to Increase Housing Supply, Affordability
On a hilltop at the Hunter's View housing project, overlooking the San Francisco skyline, Governor Jerry Brown signed 15 bills into law on Sept. 29 that will help increase the supply and ... MORE

Planning Commission OKs Pier 70

Planning Commission OKs Pier 70
The San Francisco Planning Commission approved developer Forest City's plan for Pier 70 at its Aug. 24 meeting. The 28-acre development east of Illinois St. between 18th and 20th streets will ... MORE

Promoting ‘A Better Deal’

Promoting ‘A Better Deal’
San Francisco Congresswoman and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke at the CityBuild Academy August 29 to promote the Democrats' economic agenda "A Better Deal: Better Jobs, Better ... MORE

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