Our view: Don’t turn S.F.’s housing crisis into an office crisis

San Francisco’s companies may be busy constructing the future, but they are doing so in an office market partly stuck in 1986.

That’s when Prop M came into effect. Driven by fears that San Francisco was in danger of “Manhattanization,” San Francisco voters were convinced to slap a permanent annual limit on office development of just under 1 million square feet.

A lot has happened in this city in the three decades since. Booms and busts came and went. Whole industries arrived, while others…

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