All San Francisco evictions from 1997-2016, by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is thrilled to be releasing this interactive video piece with the Land of Opportunity! It features Benito Santiago, Evan Wolkenstein, Rio Yanez, Candace Roberts, and others who have been fighting the tides of gentrification in San Francisco. It also features films by Karla Gallardo, Austin Meyer, Peter Menchini, and more. And we've got a handful of maps embedded within it as well! Check it out!
San Francisco Owner-Move-In Evictions, 2007-2017
Map of Ellis Act evictions in Los Angeles, 2001-2017. Made by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in collaboration with the Coalition for Economic Survival.
Los Angeles and Santa Monica Ellis Act Evictions Correlated with Airbnb Units, 2008-2017
Geolocating Alameda County oral histories, moving from one life event to the next.
Community Power Storymaps made in collaboration with students at UC Berkeley
Relocation within and to California cities by census tract.
On policing, race, and gentrification in San Francisco, 2016.
Loss of Section 8 Housing and Demographic Shifts, Alameda County. Looking at Oakland, Fremont, and the City of Alameda. For full report, see http://www.antievictionmappingproject.net/alamedareport.html
Projection for Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in SF, by Saito Group
Map of UD (Unlawful Detainer) Evictions in Oakland, from 2005-2016.
Counterpoints: Stories and Data for Resisting Displacement, 2016
Airbnb listings in SF and Oakland neighborhoods, compared with eviction rates.
This map reveals the accumulation of Ellis Act evictions since they were first utilized by landlords in San Francisco. (Click to see animated map). By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Oakland Community Power Map. Contribute community assets here.
Foreclosures in relation to 1939 Redlining Map, San Francisco, 2006-2016
Alameda County Foreclosures visualized and analyzed in relation to 1939 redlining maps.
Demographic and Eviction map by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project and CartoDB.
Seven videos made in collaboration with our amazing community partners in Oakland, Fremont, and the City of Alameda.
Special thanks to Ariel Appel for all of her work producing these!
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. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Berkeley Ellis Act Evictions, OMI Evictions, Loss of Section 8 Housing, and Rent Change, 2001-2015
San Francisco Buyouts, 2015-2017
Strada Cantonului /Eviction routes to Cantonului street (1996-2016)
Made in collaboration with the Fundatia Desire in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Oral history map documenting stories of those fighting gentrification and eviction in the San Francisco Bay Area. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
San Francisco Fires, 2015-2017, by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Mapping properties by Wall Street Landlords - Blackstone, Waypoint, and Colfin - in California.
Blackstone properties in California, mapped. According to public records, Blackstone owns over 4000 single family homes in California.
Video of the release event for our Alameda County project, Counterpoints: Data and Stories for Resisting Displacement. Video by Rebecca Gourevitch. Made in collaboration with Tenants Together through the Creative Work Fund.
Tool by SSDATAR to look up evictions per San Francisco neighborhood. 2011-present.
Click to take a stand against renting or buying from an evictor. Also learn the history of your building, or a building that you're thinking of renting or buying from. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
This mural in SF's Clarion Alley depicts a rendering of the online map of no-fault evictions since 1997 and highlights the portraits of eight people fighting their evictions, along with Alex Nieto, killed by the SFPD in 2014 as a result of gentrification.
Digerati Dorms mapped with Tech Bus Stops and Percentage of Renter Burden/County
Crowdsource-able Map of Lost and Endangered Art and Community Spaces, San Francisco Bay Area. Add lost and endangered spaces of the Bay Area!
Signs in San Francisco, New Orleans, and Venice on Airbnb-induced gentrification.
This map depicts all no-fault evictions filed from between January 1997 and 2014 filed at the Rent Board, including Ellis Act Evictions, Owner-Move-In Evictions, and Demolition Evictions. (Click to see animated map).
Evictions and properties owned by Neill Sullivan in Oakland, CA.
Add your story to our crowdsourced eviction survey map here! Bay Area Region!
311 reports on homelessness, San Francisco
On the murder of Jose Luis Gongora by the SFPD. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Fires in San Francisco's Mission District, 2005-2017
We Belong Here collaboration with Tilt
The tenants of Yerba Buena Island are resisting their eviction notice.
As the well-connected Treasure Island Development Corporation moves forward to build luxury housing on Yerba Buena Island, Treasure Island continues to be a problematic landfill with toxicity and radiation. Use this map to Dig into the Muck.
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Treasure Island Development Corporation is made up of two entities: KSWM Treasure Island, LLC UST Lennar HW Scala SF Joint Venture.
UST Lennar HW Scala SF Joint Venture is part of an IPO (initial public offering of stock) called Five Point Holdings, which filed with the SEC in July 2015 (but did not mention Treasure Island in the filing). The other real estate developments included in this Five Points IPO are re-organized Lennar Company entities which in 2009 lost nearly a billion dollar of public pension funds. Manager Emile Haddad, who oversaw the bankruptcies of the Newhall Ranch development and the El Toro Air Force Base development, is back at the helm of the new company. The billion or so of worker's pension fund dollars is not back however.
Terry Fancher and Darius Anderson, partners in KSWM Treasure Island LLC, were also implicated in pension scandals and paid a large fine to the State of New York for illegal "placement agent" activities. They were never prosecuted in California. Anderson went on to take a 100% interest in the Treasure Island Marina, and has branched out in the North Bay with the acquisition of most of the major newspapers in Sonoma County. He is a powerful lobbyist and political fundraiser, with connections to billionaire Ron Burkle, who was also invested in the Treasure Island project.
The EB-5Investment for Visa LLCs (for a half million dollars given to the developers, a foreign national can buy a green card) which service Treasure Island investments are run by associates of Darius Anderson and Willie Brown. Nancy Pelosi lobbied to fast track the original San Francisco Bay Area Regional Center. Pelosi's nephew Lawrence Pelosi was in charge of Acquisitions for Lennar at the time that the company was getting entitlements to military bases all around California. Barbara Boxer's son Doug Boxer is invested in Anderson's Kenwood investments and worked as a lobbyist for Anderson at Platinum Advisors.
AnneMarie Conroy, formerly appointed to head the Treasure Island Development Authority is now in the U.S. Attorney's office, charged with investigating corruption among public officials in San Francisco.
Click on the people, organizations and threads between them to read more and see the sources on Lil Sis.
Map made by youth at the Bay Area Video Collective as part of our 2016 summer collaboration!
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is excited to have collaborated with Candace Roberts on the music video "Hello Ed Lee," an open letter to the mayor of San Francisco. #SOSSanFrancisco
Increase of private tech buses in San Francisco from 2014 to 2015, by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. Between June 2014 and July 2015, the number of shuttle bus stop events in San Francisco increased by 29 percent, from 2,032 to 2,978.
Bay Area regional map of Google Bus stops in relation to rent burden. #GoogleBus
Listen to the Silence Dance Project is a collaboration between members of the entire Stanford dance community to tell stories that matter to them through their favorite medium -- dance. This year, inspired by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in San Francisco, the members have brought three of their favorite narratives on eviction to life through dance.
Interviews by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project: http://www.antievictionmap.com/narrat...
Original narratives of: Vida Kuang, Claudia Tirado, and Pauli Gray
Videography by Matt Shimura
Interactive timeline displaying the history of displacement and development on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco, from colonization onwards. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Click here to view our map of killings by law enforcement in San Francisco. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Eviction horror stories from the Mission, made with Adriana Camarena's Unsettlers Project.
Residential and Commercial Vacancies, 2015
Correlation between coffee shops and rents in San Francisco mapped.
Change in Income Levels between 2010 and 2014 by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
First Republic Bank Financed Ellis Act Evictions. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Projection collaboration with the Saito Group. Projected in downtown SF.
Sliding visualization of bus transformation, from private to public in San Francisco via the "Google Bus." By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project has documented the latest American Community Study (ACS) data visualizing the staggering number of homes that are unoccupied on a consistent basis in San Francisco, CA. Each dot represents 10 homes, arranged by census tract.
2012 ACS data indicates there are 30,057 vacant homes in San Francisco. A common residents per unit calculation is 2.8 persons, meaning that the city of San Francisco has empty homes capable of housing more than 84,000 more people than it does.
According to a 2013 comprehensive report on homelessness by the city of San Francisco, one of the wealthiest cities in the richest nation in the world, contains 6,636 homeless adults and 914 homeless children and transition-age youth, totaling 7,550 homeless persons. According to Anti-Eviction Mapping Project’s previous Airbnb and VRBO map, almost 7,000 units are available for short-term rental online.
The Vacant Homes in San Francisco map yields another irony: two of the districts with the densest numbers of homeless persons also contain the most vacant homes. According to the homelessness report, census tract 6, which includes most of the Tenderloin and SOMA neighborhoods, contains over 3,000 homeless persons, as well as the highest density of vacant homes.
Owner-Move-In Evictions are on the rise in San Francisco with at 26% increase over the last year.
By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Loss of Youth Population in San Francisco, 1980-2015. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Click here to view development projects in San Francisco upon a backdrop of no-fault evictions. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
This map display's Ron Conway's web of influence and power in San Francisco. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Holding Out, Film by AEMP member Rebecca Gourevitch
Foreclosures in Alameda County, 2014-2015. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Map of Chinatown, Northbeach, Nob Hill, and Russian Hill, San Francisco. See evictions, Airbnb units, and tech bus stops together.
This map debunks the myth of the millionaire renter, as it is clear that property owners make significantly more than renters in this city. With income inequality growing more rapidly right now in San Francisco than in any other United States city, and with San Francisco being a 63% renter-occupied city, this is significant. Viewers can drag the map over the divide to see the difference in income between renters and owners. They can also zoom into examine neighborhood details or zoom out to view differences across the rest of the US. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Video about Youth Power Mapping with the Bay Area Video Collaborative!
Click to view interactive map of Santa Monica Ellis Act Evictions.By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Last three years of Ellis Act evictions (2013-2016), Santa Monica, by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
San Francisco Development Pipeline, 2016