Five of the six homes on this year's AIA East Bay tour are remodels rather than new builds.
The Westbrae home has been restored with period features in mind and offers extra space in a large garage and separate livable unit.
The Panoramic Hill compound Walter Steilberg designed in 1922 is up for sale; also on the market: a 1910 Arts & Crafts gem by Walter Ratcliff Jr.
Founded in the 1920s as the Berkeley Country Club, the Mira Vista Golf and Country Club in El Cerrito is going back to its original name.
If you have a thing for that mid-century-modern vibe, check out these homes slated to be open for viewing this weekend.
This brown-shingle duplex had to be moved to make way for the construction of the 205-unit Acheson Commons complex.
Insights from a Berkeley pro on how to bring out the best in Craftsman homes for modern living.
Editors — Berkeleyside readers have been sharing some wonderful photographs of rainbows with us recently, so we thought it was timely to publish this Quirky Berkeley post.
I’ve had many a conversation lately with white liberals in Berkeley who lament the rise of Donald Trump. They always seem to be bewildered about how this could be happening in our country, how someone like that could be so close to grabbing power. When our conversations turn to local politics, however, there seems to be a disconnect about how the dehumanizing policies that Trump is proposing for the country have much in common with ones that are in play in Berkeley this election.
One of the first houses built in Claremont Court is on the market for $5.45 million, marking it as one of the most expensive residences ever for sale in Berkeley.