Breed added that despite the encouraging signs, San Franciscans need to remain vigilant. “But we all need to keep doing what we know slows the spread of this virus: wear a mask, avoid indoor gatherings with people you don't live with, ventilate indoor spaces when you're around other people, and wash your hands frequently,” she tweeted. “Let's keep this up!” … [Read more...] about Mayor Breed says San Francisco may be able to reopen soon as new infections drop
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San Francisco’s rents have still plunged 23.9% from the previous year, while Oakland fell 19% and San Jose was down 12.7%, according to Zumper. The widespread embrace of remote work, particularly in the tech industry, has upended a housing market that appeared unstoppable, fueled by nearly a decade of record job growth and business expansion. … [Read more...] about Are San Francisco rents showing first sign of return to ‘normal’?
Dramatic price shifts in individual cities aren’t necessarily felt at the state level. In California, for instance, rental prices have declined significantly throughout 2020 in major Bay Area cities and Los Angeles. But the big increases in places like Sacramento and Fresno have offset that. The result is a slight increase of 1.7% in the one-bedroom median price in California statewide, to $1,983. … [Read more...] about Where the San Francisco Bay Area rent market stands at the outset of 2021
More than 4,000 new units will be available in 2021, including deluxe condos like the Four Seasons Private Residences on Mission Street and One Steuart Lane on the Embarcadero, as well as rental projects like the final 500-unit phase of the 1,900-unit Trinity Place on Market Street. Those totals are well above historic production numbers. … [Read more...] about San Francisco’s housing market has been chaotic. Here’s what experts see coming in 2021
Many San Francisco parents — as well as Mayor London Breed — argued the effort was ill-timed given the pandemic and the impact on children, especially students of color, and the fact that students are not even in the schools subject to renaming. Some criticized the board Tuesday for focusing on symbolism rather than the urgent reality facing struggling students, who are approaching a year in distance learning, with many struggling academically, socially and emotionally. … [Read more...] about San Francisco School Board Removes 44 Names from Schools: Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson