Berkeley, already among the most expensive places to build in the East Bay, just raised the price tag for developers who do not include affordable units on site.
A 116-year-old house was taken to a different site so that new housing can be built at 2121 Durant Ave. in downtown.
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.
Instead of building 265 units for seniors, the Pacific School or Religion will lease and sell some of its buildings to meet its mission.
Berkeley officials voted unanimously Tuesday night to prioritize a plan to build what was described as the city’s largest ever supportive housing development for the homeless.