Once soaring, rent prices have slowed their ascent in Berkeley over the past five years. What’s driving that shift is harder to say.
The Planning Commission voted Wednesday to loosen design regulations for the long-debated project. The city council still has to approve the decision.
The project, delayed three years, is expected to open its doors by the end of summer 2024.
The public is getting its first look at renderings for 750 new homes, half of them affordable, at the BART station’s parking lot.
A regional bond measure could fund affordable development in Oakland, Berkeley, and beyond at a size and scale never seen before.
Berkeley approved nearly 900 homes in 2022, far surpassing state housing production goals, but fell well short of targets for affordable homes.
The policy makes current or former residents of redlined areas, and those displaced by BART, a higher priority for affordable housing.
We often hear from residents eager to find an inexpensive, safe place to live in the East Bay. We published a resource guide to help.
In this guide, we compiled tips and resources that explain low-income housing requirements and how to apply for affordable housing.
Maceo Clardy’s experience shows the trials of getting and staying housed.
Oakland’s moratorium is still in place but ends in July. Berkeley’s expires Aug. 31.
The court will review a lower court’s decision blocking UC Berkeley from building housing on the historic park.