How many rent-controlled apartments is Airbnb taking off SF's housing market?
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As George Lucas' tech-focused art museum duels with history and nature museums for a key spot on Crissy Field, the Presidio Trust considers going big and allowing all three
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"Shareable housing" is causing apartments to vanish from SF's rental market — yet popular, profitable sites like Airbnb violate local laws
Businesses don't write the law books, remember?
Seeking answers from Big Tech — and continuing to be stonewalled