Based on home searches, San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles are places people want to leave. Builder People in expensive, high-tax coastal markets like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, searched for homes in more affordable metros with lower taxes like Sacramento, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Nashville, according to the latest Migration Report for the fourth quarter […]Read More →
By Katherine Clarke | The Wall Street Journal Perched above San Francisco Bay in the big-money enclave of Belvedere, Calif., a French Provincial manor boasts exquisite views of the Golden Gate Bridge, wood-paneled walls and its own rose garden. Formerly owned by well-known venture capitalist Tom Perkins, the home also boasts one of the Bay Area’s […]Read More →
By Steven Totten | Phoenix Business Journal Summer was a fruitful season for Airbnb in Arizona. The San Francisco-based home-sharing company released some numbers from the summer travel season showing almost 150,000 guests used the service in the state. “Airbnb provides an affordable way for people to visit Arizona and for Arizona residents to escape […]Read More →
By Justin Sablich | The New York Times Cities like Boston, Chicago, New York and San Francisco, with their extensive public transportation systems, have long been go-to destinations for carless travelers. But a few unexpected locales have joined the list, thanks to new and expanding transit options. In honor of Car Free Day — Friday, Sept. 22 — […]Read More →
CNBC Amazon wants to build a second HQ and offered a checklist of what it’s looking for. We matched some of the retailer’s key criteria to cities and states for comparison. Based on those results, Amazon might want to give New York, Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco and Boston a close look. Amazon just kicked off […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 25, 2017: Interior submits monument recommendations to Trump, but officials are silent on details.
Utah: Bears Ears, Grand-Staircase won’t be eliminated, Zinke says, but they may be shrunk New Mexico is free of drought San Francisco and Berkeley brace for politically charged rallies Colorado gov responds to Sessions marijuana letter questioning state’s regulatory regime; Nevada: Marijuana has no place in casinos, gaming officials sayRead More →
By Mary Bowerman | USA TODAY Network/AZCentral Residents of the upscale Presidio Terrace neighborhood in San Francisco are outraged after learning their street was sold for $90,000 at auction, according to local reports. Michael Cheng and Tina Lam purchased the block-long street, which is lined with multimillion dollar mansions, at a city auction after the homeowners association […]Read More →