Houses in Berkeley are being given total rebuilds and high-end finishes to appeal, it seems, to transplants from across the bay looking for pleasant, walkable neighborhoods.
[Sponsored] To understand how East Bay housing will play out in the years ahead, Red Oak Realty created a 'live' map that tracks new residential developments that are planned, approved and under construction.
Teachers are not the only sector of society struggling to afford high Berkeley rents. So Berkeley should not treat them preferentially by building them housing. We need affordable housing for all.
Jesse Arreguín says Cal should not fold projected enrollment increases into an environmental impact report for a new student housing project. He also argues the university should pay more for police and fire services.
Many Berkeley teachers are living paycheck to paycheck. Would they live in a housing complex developed by the district?
The designer hopes that games such as 'North Berkeley' will help those who play them better identify and understand the concerns of the different constituencies around specific debates.
A council majority voted late Tuesday, after more than three hours of public comment, to outlaw overnight RV parking after creating an RV permit system and trying to help "priority populations" find stable housing.
Berkeleyside has been hard at work this past week to bring you the latest info about the city's housing pipeline. The latest installment is an interactive map representing 5,000 units and, for group living, 2,400 beds.
Berkeley is the only city around that does not enforce its 72-hour parking rule. That has attracted more than 200 RVs, which are negatively impacting the businesses and resident of West Berkely.
Berkeleyside has pored over city records and our own archives to bring you a round-up of many of the larger housing projects that have been completed around the city since 2012.
Berkeleyside has pored over city records and done our own reporting to bring you a robust round-up of recent and forthcoming housing developments around the city.
There are many better sites for building housing than the North Berkeley BART station. San Pablo Avenue corridor is well-suited for multi-family homes, for instance.
Berkeley is unaffordable for teachers, office workers city staff — those called the "missing middle." Berkeley should approve a study that looks at how to put more units in areas now reserved for single-family homes.