By Maggie Angst, The Mercury News, February 10, 2022. Within the next year, the city council is expected to again weigh whether to extend the program to encourage high-rise developers to move those projects past the goal line.
By Katie Lauer, The Mercury News, February 4, 2022. The site has been the focus of a decade-old debate and recently led to the city attorney’s resignation, the city manager’s departure, and a council vote to censure the mayor.
By Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle, February 3, 2022. The ruling, now published precedent, has potential statewide impact as tensions over local control and the state’s housing crisis continue to escalate.
By John King, San Francisco Chronicle, February 2, 2022. A ferry terminal that connects directly to San Francisco, and a 3-acre waterfront plaza emphasizing pedestrian connectivity, exemplify contemporary placemaking.
By Rachel Treisman, NPR-KQED, January 26, 2022. The land donation can be contextualized as part of the broader ‘land back’ movement, an intersectional effort to return Indigenous lands — and autonomy — to Indigenous communities.