A film about legendary Berkeley activist Mable Howard and her daughter, noted artist Mildred Howard, tells a bigger Berkeley story.
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.
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Berkeley and BART officials are holding a meeting Thursday night to allay fears and start the discussion about what could be built. There are no current plans to build anything.
Berkeley "NIMBYs" argue with "YIMBYs" over building housing. It's time to bring back a local tradition: grassroots real estate development.
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.
Berkeley should let the entire community develop a positive vision of what we want on the site.
The high cost of Bay Area housing is prompting people flee to Sacramento; sleeping solo is particularly costly. And former home of eminent Berkeley scholar is for sale.
She has led the charge for higher in-lieu fees and now wants developers to pay more in community benefits. Experts warn these plans might restrict the housing built in Berkeley.
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.
UC Berkeley wants reentry students, those with real-world experience, but does not provide them with sufficient financial aid or help, causing them stress and debt.
This woodsy 642-square-foot home with vaulted ceilings and views of redwoods last sold ten years ago for $520,000.