"San Francisco Poised to Eliminate Parking Minimums Citywide"

Next City | November 20, 2018

San Francisco has become the first major U.S. city to propose removing all parking minimums, with legislation introduced in October, Quartz reports.


"Tech and SF are stuck with each other"

SF Chronicle | November 14, 2018

So we’d better figure out how to get along

“…There’s a lot of talk about whether the Bay Area can sustain more growth, whether San Francisco and its other cities simply don’t have room for all the workers tech companies hope to hire…

The truth is that it is difficult for tech companies to grow elsewhere…”


"Why Cities Must Tackle Single-Family Zoning"

CityLab | November 14, 2018

As cities wake up to their housing crises, the problems with single-family-home residential zoning will become too egregious to ignore.

In my neighborhood in San Francisco (or, more accurately, my parents’ neighborhood) there’s a plan afoot to build 42 units of new housing in two parking lots, just steps from a light rail line.


"Why “Qualified Opportunity Zones” May Be the Next Hot Thing in Investing"

Barrons | November 10, 2018

“Any gain you have during the hold period of the fund, that’s tax-free, which is pretty remarkable …”


"Housing, by any means necessary"

SF Chronicle | November 4, 2018

YIMBY Action’s mantra is to build as much new housing — all kinds of housing — as fast as possible. And they’re not afraid to anger anyone who might get in their way

Just hours after Mayor London Breed was sworn into office earlier this year, about 50 members of YIMBY Action crammed into a cafe at Ninth and Mission streets for their monthly membership happy hour.