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New SF neighborhood like a campus fraternity row

Fort Mason, a 237-year-old military post turned national park, has some of the city’s most beautiful coastal views, conference venues, a high-end restaurant and, recently, luxury apartments. But, despite the efforts of Park Service members, the place has been getting … Continue reading

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Gentrification no longer a dirty word

A citywide surge in trendy restaurants. Runaway rental and housing rates. Construction cranes dotting the skyline. The Twitter-ization of blighted Mid-Market. Conversions of old buildings to new market-rate housing, even in the stubbornly seedy Tenderloin. If we hadn’t been told … Continue reading

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The Hot Spot for the Rising Tech Generation

By NANCY KEATES and GEOFFREY A. FOWLER Jason Henry for The Wall Street Journal Gagan and Jasmin Arneja in their 1,800-square-foot home, which attracted 22 bids and sold for $1.5 million, 40% over asking price. San Francisco A bidding war … Continue reading

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SF parks advocates worried city’s open spaces will become less public

Sometimes, what one group sees as practical another considers morally repugnant. Such is now the case at the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. Efforts to avoid cuts to maintenance and recreation budgets through revenue-generating partnerships have been reviled by … Continue reading

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