A six-story, 101-unit project proposed in Berkeley at San Pablo and Hearst avenues won near-unanimous approval Thursday night from the zoning board.
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“This is a beginning of a process,” Mayor Jesse Arreguín told a passionate crowd Tuesday.
Berkeley Home Match placed just nine students this year but plans to place 100 students in the coming years.
A number of property owners are challenging how the city assesses special taxes. They believe they have been overcharged and are seeking redress.
The 40-year-old Capoeira Foundation has brought thousands to Berkeley and now hopes to own its home.
The California Restaurant Association filed a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley in federal court Thursday over its decision in July to ban natural gas in many new buildings.
In the pricey Bay Area an employer is using guaranteed housing as a retention strategy.
The East Bay real estate market is getting a shake-up with the second merger of two independent brokerages this year, while a little boutique has opened in a shipping container in Westbrae.
Neighbors are pleased a Finnish tech entrepreneur-turned-artist is improving the site, but some are worried about continued public access.
Logan Park, an eight-story, 204-unit mixed-use housing project slated for downtown Berkeley, is one step closer to breaking ground after the zoning board approved its use permit Thursday night.
The judge said the city could deny Ruegg & Ellsworth’s SB35 application because the site is landmarked, even though there are no significant structures on the property and little shellmound evidence has been found.