by Josh Stephens on Feb 6, 2023
Bay Area, Builders Remedy, Housing, Housing Elements
Coming just days after the region's RHNA deadline the lawsuits suggest pitched battle ahead over the Bay Area's housing targets -- and maybe even a Builder's Remedy battle or two.
by William Fulton on May 16, 2021
Bay Area, Central Valley, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Population, Sacramento
It's no surprise that the inland areas are still growing. But the big shocker is that the Bay Area is hanging on -- and L.A. is not.
by Josh Stephens on Jul 12, 2020
Bay Area, COVID-19, Housing, Podcast, SPUR
New head of Bay Area think tank discusses housing, tech, and the impact of the pandemic. >>read more
by Josh Stephens on Feb 24, 2020
Bay Area, Housing, YIMBY
In Golden Gates, Conor Dougherty chronicles the rise of the YIMBY movement and California's battle over housing -- with the aplomb of an East Bay skateboarder.
by William Fulton on Dec 21, 2019
Bay Area, California, Inland Empire, Populatoin
Inland areas are still growing. But what does the trend mean for the state's long-term prosperity?
by Josh Stephens on Nov 26, 2019
BART, Bay Area, El Cerrito, Infill
While many Bay Area cities resist growth, El Cerrito is booming with transit oriented plan on San Pablo Avenue.
by Josh Stephens on Apr 16, 2019
Bay Area, Housing, Planning Directors
Their jurisdictions are different. But their problems are pretty similar -- especially on housing. >>read more
by William Fulton on Mar 3, 2019
Bay Area, Encinitas, Housing, Housing Elements, MTC, RHNA
Bay Area's CASA Compact appears to be driving agenda in Sacramento. >>read more
by Josh Stephens on Aug 15, 2018
Bay Area, SPUR
SPUR's Gabe Metcalf recently announced his departure for The Committee for Sydney >>read more
by Josh Stephens on Apr 29, 2018
Bay Area, Housing, Silicon Valley, YIMBY
While other tech companies have steered clear of California's housing debate, the CEO of Yelp has unabashedly supported housing development. What's different about Yelp? >>read more