Mayor Jesse Arreguín and others are making the case for a new measure raising hundreds of millions of dollars for infrastructure and housing.
The projects include affordable housing on church properties in South Berkeley and the Homekey hotel in Northwest Berkeley.
If approved, the hotel will be converted into 44 permanent affordable housing units for residents.
The EIR comment period runs through Dec. 1. Learn how to weigh in.
Young unhoused people in Berkeley and surrounding cities will lead the decision-making process about how to use the federal grant.
The city is making a key update to its housing plans. Here’s how the process works and how you can get involved.
Cal can now tear down 1921 Walnut St. and the $300 million Anchor House project can proceed.
The housing and services hub at 2012 Berkeley Way is set to open in May 2022.
What’s happening now is important because it will define the parameters for large new apartment buildings that are slated to replace what are now parking lots at the North Berkeley and Ashby BART stations.
BART is seeking input on its plan to help Berkeley residents get to the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations once housing is built on the parking lots.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín received pushback from supporters and opposition of the Tenant’s Opportunity to Purchase Act during the months-long process.
It was a welcomed political statement by some but reviled by others who think the board overstepped its boundaries.