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The COVID-19 pandemic hit the San Francisco Bay Area early and hard. But the distribution of COVID cases and the resources used to track and treat those cases were unequal.
In combat, a solider is trained to never leave a fallen squad member behind. There is a similar code among union brothers and sisters.
Seniors, people with disabilities, and those with mobility issues are finding the city easier to navigate thanks to union labor. That’s because members of several San Francisco building and trades...
Van Ness Corridor 13-Story Development Works Its Way Through Approvals
May 28 - SocketSite
Infrastructure Improvements Begin in First Phase of Potrero Power Station Project
May 27 - SF Business Times
Could the Brisbane Quarry Be Redeveloped Into an Industrial Park?
Plans Drawn for 6-Story Building With 16 Residential Units and Retail at 23rd and Clement
May 27 - SocketSite
8-Story Infill Building Could Bring 27 Apartments, Plus Retail, to Western SoMa
May 26 - SocketSite
378-unit Apartment Building Set to Break Ground, Kick Off Oakland's Brooklyn Basin Megaproject
May 25 - SF Business Times
Pace of Construction in SF Might Be Down Now, But It's Likely to Tick Up Big-Time Soon
May 18 - SocketSite
With $12 Billion Proposal That Includes New Ballpark, A's Want In on Port of Oakland Redevelopment
May 16 - SF Chronicle
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