Berkeley voters may have a chance in November to approve a bond measure to help pay for affordable and workforce housing, according to new survey results released by the city.
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday night to hear what kind of housing could be built at the North Berkeley BART station. Officials vowed to be as transparent as possible.
Sometimes when neighbors object to a project and work with the developers, the building gets better. Sometimes it just gets stopped.
West Berkeley Investments recrafted its proposal to make 50% of the units affordable and to meet Berkeley's zoning laws. The project could be approved in 180 days.
Our home looks out at a four-story apartment building. This is not a problem. What is a problem is that our children, who were raised here, cannot afford to live here.
Putting underground parking below Berkeley planned housing for the homeless is not only costly and short-sighted, but it will reduce the number of units that can be built.
SB 827, that would have California cities allow denser, taller housing developments near transit hubs, has ignited controversy in Berkeley and nationally.
45 low-income seniors, among them schoolteachers, artists, musicians and retirees, have a new home in increasingly unaffordable Berkeley.
A Berkeley architect argues that Berkeley should build more small-scale, multi-unit buildings such as duplexes, bungalow courts, fourplexes, and small mansion apartments.
Let’s come together and build affordable housing while allowing the community some voice at the beginning of a project’s approval process.
Rents are on a downward trajectory in Berkeley and Oakland, but many residents still struggle with affordability.
The Berkeley School Board will review results of a staff survey Wednesday, as it discusses a potential bond measure for employee housing.
The bulk of the housing built in Berkeley from 2014-2017 has been for the well-to-do. Berkeley must reverse course and build for those who need help the most.