From the Chronicle:
A group of homeless people and housing activists took over a privately owned Mission District duplex on Sunday in what served as the climax of a protest designed to promote use of San Francisco’s vacant buildings as shelters for the needy.
But the owner of the property – who was targeted over his eviction of a tenant – said the demonstration was nothing more than breaking and entering.
The targeted duplex at 572 San Jose Avenue was purchased out of foreclosure for $180,000 in 1993 and then emptied via the Ellis Act in 2008.
∙ Housing protest leads to takeover of duplex [SFGate]