Builder Joe Cassidy applauds the Board of Supervisors’ decision to allow developers to exceed height and density restrictions and prepares for his estimated $9 million construction of what will become THC’s Galvin Apartments.
Author: J.K. Dineen
Bureaucracy Burns SRO Tenants
Months after a law went into effect requiring residential hotels to install sprinkler systems, less than a quarter have been brought up to code and a vast majority of the projects remain bogged down by city bureaucracy.
Plumbers Lose Their Wrenches
The City looks to take legal action against the plumbers and steamfitters union, after the powerful organization repeatedly refused to install sprinklers in a residential hotel it owns.
They’re Going Postal
Residential hotel residents join together with hotel managers to advocate for private and secure mail delivery.