The end of the eviction moratoriums has brought an unprecedented wave of lawsuits as landlords and tenants attempt to resolve conflicts.
Berkeley approved nearly 900 homes in 2022, far surpassing state housing production goals, but fell well short of targets for affordable homes.
Developers have long wanted to turn the property into a bustling commercial center, while open space advocates hope it becomes a park.
The policy makes current or former residents of redlined areas, and those displaced by BART, a higher priority for affordable housing.
The lease of the 23-room motel comes as the city plans to shut down homeless encampments in Northwest Berkeley along Harrison Street.
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.
The bills, which begin at $178, were not intended for properties exempt from rent board regulations.
A new effort to track every local homeless death has found that unhoused people are six times likelier than others to die.
Walker’s six decades of local activism touched practically every aspect of Berkeley life.
Since the safe parking site closed in December, Berkeley RV residents have had few resources to dump their waste.
The city will require large housing projects and office buildings to include materials that prevent birds from flying into windows and other reflective features.