Light at the End of the Tunnel for City’s Greenest Neighborhood

The Treasure Island Development Authority (“TIDA”) pitches the 404-acre island as “San Francisco’s Newest, Greenest Neighborhood.”  With up to 8,000 homes, 3 hotels, a ferry terminal, and 300 acres of […]

​San Francisco developers have become accustomed to the potential for post-approval delays caused by appeals of a project’s entitlement or CEQA determination.  But recently, a new avenue for project opposition […]

​What does the San Francisco waterfront mean to you?  This question was posed to a panel of speakers, which included developers and City officials, at Bisnow’s San Francisco Future of […]

At this November’s general election, San Francisco voters will weigh in on a number of ballot measures that could have long-lasting impacts on real estate development and land use in […]

​Land use practitioners in San Francisco need to be aware of significant new amendments to the City’s Lobbyist Ordinance that will take effect on July 26, 2014.  The Lobbyist Ordinance […]

​Meet the New Planning Commissioner Whether we like it or not, time marches on…and with it, Planning Commissioner Gwyneth Borden has completed her second term on the Commission, and has […]

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