A front page SF Chronicle story highlights THC’s Ellis Act reform bill and efforts by THC attorney Raquel Fox to stop Ellis Act evictions.
February 2020: THC Celebrates 40th Anniversary
In 1980, THC opened to preserve SRO hotels, improve conditions for tenants, and strenthen protections for SROs. Today, these issues still remain central to our mission.
THC Director Randy Shaw’s New Book, Generation Priced Out: Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America (UC Press)
THC Founder and Executive Director has written a new book on a subject we know well at THC: the affordable housing crisis. Decrying how progressive cities like San Francisco have enacted policies that price out working and middle-class residents, Shaw’s book is a call to action for cities to instead…
Tenants in SF Mid-Market Eviction Dispute Would Get to Stay Under City Agreement
About a dozen artists facing eviction from a Central Market Street building would be able to stay in their homes under a tentative agreement that would have the city fund the purchase of the 15 units and place them under THC’s management.
THC Attorneys Successfully Fight Ellis Act Eviction in Court
THC attorneys Raquel Fox and Margaret DeMatteo successfully defended a Noe Valley woman from Ellis Act eviction through a jury trial.