The site, known for its mid-century homes, isn't under protective status, but current residents hope the new owner will “be respectful and honor the Common.”
The Landmarks Preservation Commission will hold a hearing tonight on whether to designate 1450 and 1440 Hawthorne city landmarks. In the meantime, the owners have filed a lawsuit against one another.
The World of Charles and Ray Eames is a wide-ranging, all-inclusive must-see exhibit highlighting the talent of two California artists of incredible depth and variety.
Berkeley takes the lion's share of the tour, with three homes on view. The others are in Piedmont Albany and Lafayette.
A four-story apartment building destined to house grad students went up in four days in July, including beds, sinks, sofas, and stoves. It is slated to open this month.
With succulents growing off the exterior walls and a translucent interior, this experimental, livable cabin catches the eye and inspires wonder.
The bunker-like building on Bancroft Way that has sat empty for four years, ever since BAMPFA left for shiny new digs downtown, may one day be a life sciences hub.
The owners of a 1950s home on the landmarked North Berkeley common want to build a partial second-story using the original architect's plans.
It's a dream-like house with somewhat unusual space configurations, just as the author of the seminal book 'A Pattern Language,' wanted it.
How to find a home you love in the totally bonkers East Bay real estate market? For this couple and their young child, it was a mix of hard slog and luck.
A federal judge will hear arguments Monday over the legality of Berkeley's attempt to prevent the sale of its main post office by creating a zoning overlay in the civic center area
A new app brings the storied past of Telegraph Avenue to life with eyewitness accounts and photos of events going back 70 years.