A signature development in Santa Clara that includes an urban farm and affordable housing is behind schedule and over budget.
A landlord notorious for letting his rental properties fall into dangerous disrepair is being accused of skirting San Jose’s tenant protection laws.
South Bay renters won two important battles in the span of a week—one in San Jose and the other for all of Santa Clara County.
The city has two options for the Evans Lane site: one would house people by next summer, the other would add affordable homes in the long-term.
In Santa Clara County, 1,028 people have a rental subsidy in hand but no place to use it, leaving them in shelters or on the streets.
A public interest lawsuit that paints one property owner as an unrepentant slumlord reflects a growing power imbalance between landlords and tenants.