Cal plans to construct housing for 1,200 students on one of Berkeley’s most historic sites.
COVID-19 risks have prompted a year-long delay in the point-in-time homeless count, a “crucial data source.”
Honoree Mukund Raguram says it’s very much a team effort of the work he does providing health care and case management to unhoused communities in the East Bay.
Berkeley says the initiative means property owners can receive a stable rental income while supporting the health of the community.
The plan aims for 100% affordable housing at Ashby BART, and 50% throughout the corridor
The building is unsafe and the top five floors, made of wood, must be removed by Dec. 31.
Despite the pandemic, the Berkeley real estate market has remained incredibly resilient — October single family home sales were their highest since 2003. (Sponsored.)
It’s unclear what will happen to the 1,200 people currently housed in the hotels once funding runs out.
Because of Proposition 13, one house on a block might pay $28,000 in property taxes while a similar home only pays $6,000.
There is a full slate of five property owner-oriented candidates running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board — and real estate interests are backing them big time.
Meet the 12 Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
Meet Andy Kelley, one of 12 Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.