It is the single largest investment in affordable housing Berkeley has made, the mayor said Tuesday night.
UC Berkeley wants to add 12,000 people to its campus in the next 15 years and build 8 million square feet of housing, research space and parking.
The court ruling, which Berkeley may appeal, is the latest development in a long-running fight about the property.
While the accessory dwelling unit is legal, these South Berkeley tenants are upset they were not informed it was coming.
The unanimous vote kickstarts a 2-year-long process which would see about 9,000 more housing units at various income levels built over the next several years.
The Berkeley Rent Stablization Board’s seminars offer help to landlords and tenants with security deposits, registering rental properties, the newly-approved Measure MM and more.
The owners of 1900 Fourth St. want to build housing and retail on the old Spenger’s parking lot, which sits in the middle of Berkeley’s shellmound district.
Charles Herring has raised hundreds of succulents over the years, but some residents believe they are attracting mice and want them gone.
Based on “highly threatening, hateful graffiti,” the targets and the timing, UC police believe the vandalism is associated with the plan to build housing at People’s Park.
The university’s new long-range plan includes building 12,000 housing units for a projected larger population.
Council unanimously approved a resolution that will work toward banning single-family zoning.
The plan is to build about 110 units for teachers and staff in the parking lot of the Adult School.