New zoning rules could allow more than 2,500 homes to be built in the student-centric neighborhood next to UC Berkeley.
City and BART officials have wrapped up their negotiations over Berkeley’s control of ‘air right’ at the station, Mayor Jesse Arreguín says.
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.
California housing regulators told Berkeley a proposal to mandate off-street parking for ADUs in the hills violated state law.
Here’s why downtown Berkeley is faring better than other cities.
The project, delayed three years, is expected to open its doors by the end of summer 2024.
The 207-unit project at the corner of University and California Street will include 21 affordable apartments.
People living outdoors reported coughing, lung pain and lack of sleep. The city said the AQI was not high enough to open its 24-hour clean air shelter.
The City Council deadlocked on a parking requirement for ADUs in the hills Tuesday, pushing a decision to its Oct. 3 meeting.
Cheryl Fabio’s ‘A Rising Tide’ centers Black families and children experiencing homelessness in Oakland and Alameda County.
Thousands lived in the affordable development, for a time one of the most racially integrated in the Bay Area.