Business Insider's Andrew Stern does an excellent job of reporting on what is going on in San Francisco on the real estate front.
He shows all views, or I should say all the central planning views (That's all there is)---including some of the problems with many current interventionist real estate laws..
There is nothing in the documentary, however, that indicates that artists, and middle class apartment dwellers, being displaced will simply find new communities to live in, which they will. It's not like artists are going to disappear.
Artists traditionally live on the edges of bustling cities becasue they can never afford the rents at the center of a city.
The technology boom in the Silicon Corridor combined with Federal Reserve money printing is causing a boom and expansion of the high rent core of SF. This is urban economics 101. Change happens, but apparently even artists hate change--if it is change beyond that splashed on a canvas.