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Over 20 Percent Of Votes Have Yet To Be Counted, But…

While we had estimated 40,000 or so mail-in and provisional ballots had yet to be counted after the early results were released on Election Day, the actual number appears to be closer to 50,000, or around 30 percent of all ballots cast. The uncounted votes could theoretically swing the... Read More »

San Francisco Election Results, No Real Surprises To Be Had

With 100 percent of San Francisco’s precincts reporting, but plenty of mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted, the early results for all the key measures below are holding. But the margin for the so-called Airbnb Measure F has narrowed (down to 55 percent No), as has the... Read More »

The Polls Are Now Closed In San Francisco, Early Results Are In

Perhaps you’ve already mailed your ballot or cast an early vote at City Hall, but if not, the polls are now open in San Francisco and it’s time to vote. A total of 446,505 people are registered to vote in San Francisco, up from 435,757 in June of last... Read More »

Cesar Chavez Rising (Unless The Moratorium Is Passed)

Cesar Chavez Rising (Unless The Moratorium Is Passed)

The owner of the Mission District parcel at 3620 Cesar Chavez Street, upon which a single-story office building and parking lot for eight cars currently sits, has engaged Sternberg Benjamin Architects to explore redeveloping the site. And as proposed, a six-story building with 28 residential units, a little retail... Read More »

Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

Designs For A Five-Story Mission District Development

As we first reported earlier this year, the plans for developing the long-shuttered gas station site on the northeast corner of 19th Street and South Van Ness Avenue, which were approved in 2008 but then waylaid by the economy, are now back in play, with nearly twice as many... Read More »