As we wrote in 2007 under the headline, It’s All About Density: “Going green might be trendy (and we’re all for it), but as far as we’re concerned it’s a focus on density (and infill) that will define the next era in San Francisco’s development, neighborhoods, and lifestyle.”
The headline we penned earlier this year: Is A Lack Of Density Cooking San Francisco’s Golden Tech Goose? Or in the words of ‘badlydrawnbear’ in response to poor market conditions for the development of affordable housing:
…the only reason SF, and the bay area, has an ‘affordable housing’ crisis is because of everyone’s refusal to allow increased density…watch Silicon Valley choke on its own success as companies move away because even the ‘highly paid tech workers’ can’t even afford to live here anymore.
Comments in response to the above, including a discussion on the outsourcing of engineering talent and working remotely, have been moved below.
∙ The Next Era In San Francisco’s Development: It’s All About Density [SocketSite]
∙ Is A Lack Of Density Cooking San Francisco’s Golden Tech Goose? [SocketSite]
∙ Fresh Groceries In The Tenderloin Stymied By Poor Fiscal Conditions [SocketSite]