In #Hawaii, Old Buses Are Turned Into #Homeless Shelters http://t.co/2DMCEnQed4 #Innovative #Architecture @G70int / @tmccormick of interest
@heyanmarie @PlnCom_Richards @hknightsf rezone SFH areas to allow redeveloping parcels into affordable multifamily?
I'd love to see your advocacy in any area at the Planning Commission or Board of Supervisors. I'll even make intros https://t.co/EkHzPcXJcT
A newly proposed 36-story tower with 350 units split between hotel and residential uses would land among a sea of new high-end buildings in San Francisco’s Transbay district.
SAN FRANCISCO – 127 residential units in newly proposed Transbay district hotel. http://t.co/4dqs47Uaba
Yes I'll issue £10 billion London Housing Bonds to allow Mayor to directly fund 30,000 new social homes #lammylive https://t.co/98zqYZJ2aF
Cool idea: Trying living there before buying. AirBnB and http://t.co/2fLqT2XddW Partner. http://t.co/NXAmJ0LA7Q
At @CityObs, more takeaways from the "State of Housing" report. One: in many communities of color, prices are too low http://t.co/CJb8ZBDUuM
Over the next decade, 2.2 million subsidized affordable homes will lose their subsidies. http://t.co/kyFZ9OomN8
Once, way back in the depths of the 20th century, there was a very simple means of solving housing crises. It didn’t involve ‘informality’, it didn’t entail ‘letting developers build’, and it had, at least in the most brute quantitative terms, spect…
If the Soviet Bloc prefab craze seems absurd, it did solve a housing crisis
Protests against landlords are commonplace these days. Try to evict a tenant — especially through the Ellis Act — and you’ll probably have people shouting through bullhorns outside your building in about five minutes flat.
"What’s a family supposed to do? I don’t want to leave too quietly. I want 2 let the world know how pissed off I am.” http://t.co/xXUH4h6jzq
Stanford Research Park has long been among the top corporate locations in the world, boasting headquarters for Hewlett-Packard Corp., Tesla Motors Inc. and VMware Inc. Soon, the Research Park will include something else: residential addresses.
@tmccormick @SFBTCory @WBJNeibs @RSammonsRE @kimmaicutler @cityofpaloalto Yes - story from last year here: http://t.co/MXoiYpZTKq
Get familiar with the real estate changes: Read our SF Structures publication w/o a subscription here http://t.co/TCRUl08DQk
Shipping container architecture is sweeping the world and capturing the imagination of individuals looking to build their home, business trying to revamp their headquarters, and everyone in between.
A Few More Awesome Examples of Cargotecture Done Right - http://t.co/dqVmgdo9EF http://t.co/5t4P64ciEY
Permits for accessory dwelling units continue to rise in Portland. It's no secret that the smaller structures, defined as separate living spaces built inside or next to existing primary residences, have taken hold in the Rose City.
Demand for accessory dwelling units is on the rise in Portland, Oregon. Here are five reasons why: http://t.co/Mxdptf3uCf cc: @johnthebad
Permits r flowing in Portland for ADU's-addressing housing need &1 solution #communityinspiration #thinkbigbuildsmall http://t.co/LOOBUzf9i2
Ancient Greeks originally theorised that the elegant shape of honeycomb, with its interlocking hexagons, was an example of nature’s efficiency. In the back garden of his home outside Wigan, Barry Jackson has taken similar inspiration to create an al…
The innovators: hexagonal homes could give first-time buyers a hive of their own http://t.co/uDSUrZY4G1 #ukhousing
Chinese born, California based photographer Wenxin Zhang created Goodnight Stories during a time in 2011 when she was a new comer to San Francisco. Feeling anxiety about this new environment and the pressure to be a young adult, she sought after str…
Portraits of People in San Francisco Living in Boats, Cars, Garages, Trailers, and Tents http://t.co/KNmDMnj6G8 http://t.co/VxDBnUEZWh
A look to the not so distant future -- Why Driverless Cars Will Make Your Home Worthless via @Fundrise http://t.co/d7VMu9yNZ2
Current bid: $100
But the city wants to extract more than affordable housing from the rising land values, which have enticed some of the biggest real estate investors in the country to scoop up properties.
SoMa plan: S.F. developers may be on the hook for huge number of affordable units http://t.co/Ark8F8v8LH http://t.co/RmzIJgxho4
They just don't think they can afford them. For generations, homeownership was not only considered practical, it was also thought to be one of the safest and smartest investment you could make. But the housing crisis of 2008 changed that mindset.
Most Millennials Want to Own Homes (they just don't think they can afford them). http://t.co/77CDG5YGfw via @TheAtlantic @gillianbwhite
This super ambitious bus plan would turn Boston into a model #BRT city http://trib.
California CPUC crushes bus startups. SF takes 15+ yrs to do bus rapid transit. Meanwhile, Boston goes all in. https://t.co/LRL4anNV1R