The City Council deadlocked on a parking requirement for ADUs in the hills Tuesday, pushing a decision to its Oct. 3 meeting.
The public is getting its first look at renderings for 750 new homes, half of them affordable, at the BART station’s parking lot.
Cal avoided disaster by finding a new home in the ACC, but the move could further strain UC Berkeley’s budget.
The Planning Commission endorsed a proposal to allow 12-story buildings on the north end of Telegraph Avenue. It’s now on to the City Council.
The suit alleges that Berkeley, long a center for the disability rights movement, is violating landmark federal disability laws.
As Mayor Jesse Arreguín campaigns for state Senate, three city councilmembers have joined the race to replace him.
Wengraf’s decision sets up an open race for the District 6 City Council seat in the 2024 election.
What’s at stake for UC Berkeley — and Golden Bears fans — and how did we get here?
The sale will fund unpaid pensions for former steelworkers, but union officials worry their fight may not be over.
The block will remain closed until the end of September as construction crews work on a roundabout at the I-80-Gilman interchange.
Berkeley approved nearly 900 homes in 2022, far surpassing state housing production goals, but fell well short of targets for affordable homes.
An expanded power station could occupy a prominent spot along Adeline Street that Berkeley officials had hoped to line with businesses and housing.