New shop brings Korean and Japanese skincare and make-up to downtown Berkeley; plus beloved flower shop moves to Cal, and more.
One store is new, and two others are closing.
Berkeley police have released photographs of three people investigators say are connected to the theft of more than $20,000 in merchandise from the Fourth Street Apple store in the past week.
A driver rammed a U-Haul truck into the front window of the Berkeley Apple store early Thursday morning, shattering the glass but failing to get inside, authorities report.
This is the third 4-star Amazon store in the country and it’s packed with items rated 4-stars or more by customers.
A new compounding pharmacy, a brand launch and flagship, soap manufacturing moving to Oakland, and details of a global beauty brand opening.
Only top-selling, trending products that were highly rated by customers will be for sale at the Fourth Street shop.
Supple Skincare is on the move; Sephora will open on Fourth Street; also news on Maker’s Row and Twig and Fig.
The application for a housing complex on the Spenger’s parking lot — which has faced opposition from Native American activists — is now in the property owners’ hands.
West Berkeley Investments said Berkeley erred when it decided its project, with 130 affordable units, could not be fast-tracked under SB 35.
Tuesday brought the latest setback for what has been a controversial proposal to build 260 housing units over what is now the Spenger’s parking lot on Fourth Street.
Ohlone tribe members are trying to stop a development on Fourth Street. They say the site was home to their ancestors. The developer says no evidence of that has been found.