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Developer Angelo Sangiacomo Dies at 91 Years of Age

Developer Angelo Sangiacomo, who founded Trinity Properties back in 1949, has passed away at 91 years of age. Known by some as “the father of rent control” in San Francisco, as Trinity’s dominance and practice of escalating rents in the 1970’s is widely regarded as leading to the passage... Read More »

Developer Subpoenaed For Investigation Into Short-Term Rentals

Developer Subpoenaed For Investigation Into Short-Term Rentals

After a month of unsuccessful attempts to secure the cooperation of developer Angelo Sangiacomo, City Attorney Dennis Herrera has just issued subpoenas for documents and information relating to the investigation into the likely illegal use of 23 Trinity Place apartments, including 16 rent-controlled units, as short-term rentals in San... Read More »

The Trinity Place Twenty-Three

As we first reported yesterday, San Francisco’s City Attorney is investigating an illegal short-term rental scheme in which 23 apartments in the first two phases of Trinity Place, including 16 units under permanent rent control in the 1188 Mission Street building, were all rented to the same person who... Read More »

Trinity Place At Center Of Short-Term Rental Scheme

Trinity Place At Center Of Short-Term Rental Scheme

According to the City Attorney’s Office, at least 16 rent-controlled apartments at 1188 Mission Street (a.k.a. Trinity Place), units which were built as replacement apartments for residents displaced when the old Trinity Plaza (a.k.a the Del Webb Townhouse motel on Market) was razed, and another seven apartments at 1190... Read More »

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

For decades, developer Angelo Sangiacamo has been trying to re-develop a mid-market plot of land which currently houses the Trinity Plaza apartment building (which he converted from a motor lodge in 1977). Under his latest proposal, 360 outdated units would be razed and replaced with a modern 1,900 unit... Read More »