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One of Oakland's most active developers poised to break ground on 16-story residential tower

Construction on a 16-story residential tower near downtown Oakland is getting closer. Developer Holland Partner Group applied for permits Sept. 9 for on-site infrastructure improvements and grading to facilitate construction on nearly an acre at 2359 Harrison St. The Vancouver, Washington, company does not anticipate starting construction until 2022, Kristin...
OAKLAND, CA
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A Redwood-Clad Home With Panoramic Views Asks $1.8 Million in Berkeley, CA

The 1981 residence is teeming with original details across its two floors. Panoramic Hill in Berkeley, California, is home to four residences by late designer and builder Berton D. Garey—which is a lot considering he only built a total of 11 homes during his lifetime. Completed in 1981, the recently listed 3333 Dwight Way was Garey’s seventh construction, though it was his first on Panoramic Hill; and out of it blossomed a lifelong friendship.
BERKELEY, CA
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Marin Independent Journal

Novato to start talks on Hamilton housing proposal

The Novato City Council has voted to start negotiations on a housing development for older residents in the Hamilton area. Headlands LLC is proposing a $54 million project to redevelop two former military buildings and the Old Hamilton Gym on the former air base. The company wants to renovate the Bachelors Officers’ Quarters and Officers Club into housing and build two three-story housing complexes.
NOVATO, CA
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COVID-19 prompts relocation, housing prices ‘skyrocket’ in Berkeley

A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes. Meanwhile, many have faced financial hardships after losing their jobs or having their hours cut, according to Rachel Gonzales-Levine, acting executive...
BERKELEY, CA
Mercury News

Opinion: How the Bay Area can meet future housing needs

Silicon Valley is hiring but is hundreds of thousands of dwelling units short of honorably housing the vast number of new primary and larger number of lower paid local serving jobs needed this century. Our urban sprawl-based land-use patterns, based on the mid-1900s highway systems, will quickly reach terminal gridlock if that housing is accommodated by unfocused opportunity housing densities. Yet, as a Mercury News April 20, 2016 oped stressed, focused transit village in-fill atop the valley’s 60+ rail stations and parking are a win, win, win, win for all.
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