KQED aims to tell the story of how California got into a housing affordability crisis by exploring the history and regional policies of the Bay Area. We want to know how marginalized residents are affected.

'A Precious Area': UC Berkeley Students, Community Unite to Defend People's Park

'A Beacon of Light': Unhoused Youth Move Into Oakland's New Tiny House Village

SOLD OUT: The Big Updates You Need to Know About California's Housing Crisis

Derrick Sanderlin protesting in front of the Santa Clara Superior Court in San Jose on Jan. 27, 2021.

High Number of Evictions Prompts Richmond to Consider Stronger Protections

Journalist Katherine Seligman Tackles Homelessness in Debut Novel, 'At The Edge Of The Haight'

California’s ‘Disjointed’ Approach Fails Homeless Population, According to State Audit

California Cities Rethink the Single-Family Neighborhood

A photo of a completed modular home being lifted by a crane onto a building, at Factory OS in Vallejo on August 6, 2020.

The Bay Area Has a Housing Crisis (Obviously.) Could Prefab Be the Answer?

San Francisco Opens First Navigation Center for Homeless Young Adults

KQED's Housing Desk is supported by a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.