Residents report 2nd water leak, presumed theft at luxury SF apartments

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The 33 Tehama luxury apartments building has been shut down for over two months due to flooding. Hundreds of residents have been displaced, staying at hotels throughout San Francisco.

Now, a new delay is hindering tenants, who have been waiting for the building to get fixed, from returning to their homes: a second water leak that happened just 24 hours ago.

The latest water leak at 33 Tehama prompted the evacuation of construction workers who were fixing the building and residents who were picking up belongings.