This map depicts all no-fault evictions filed from between January 1997 and October 14, 2013 filed at the Rent Board, including Ellis Act Evictions, Owner-Move-In Evictions, and Demolition Evictions. (Click to see animated map).
We have witnessed a steep increase in tech-based cohabitating in recent years, very much resultant from the Silicon Valley Tech Boom. From hacker homes to digerati dorms, there are abundant spaces for tech workers to cohabitate with other tech workers. While we very much support collective living and live/work spaces, there are some tech communes that seem to be fulfilling less of a politically radical mission, and more of a capitalistic infrastructure. Instead of embracing the communal spirit of the 1960s, it seems that these digerati dorms are run by owners and middleman companies that are often charging above market rates while pretending the hacker home is part of a collectivist ethos. Click to view interactive map!
As the Bay Area population continues to grow and gentrify, the African American population continues to be pushed out. Click to view interactive map detailing demographic change from 1970 to the present.
This map shows the eviction of seniors and disabled tenants over the last 3 years. It also reveals information about the evictors responsible, including who are serial evictors. (Click to find interactive map).
Also, see our "Dirty Thirty" list detailing Ellis Act evictions against seniors and people with disabilities.
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project (in collaboration with the San Francisco Tenants Union) has been trying to compel the city to enforce against illegal vacation rentals for over two years. This report analyzes original data we have collected on owners who are running vacation rentals without proper permits, insurance and in violation of Administrative code 41A, which prohibits rentals of less than 30 days.