UC Berkeley to demolish 1921 Walnut St., faces widespread opposition

Photo of 1921 Walnut Street
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UC Berkeley's plan to demolish 1921 Walnut St. in favor of student housing is opposed by the Berkeley City Council, the ASUC, the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, the Berkeley Tenants Union and the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association.

UC Berkeley has decided to proceed with the demolition of 1921 Walnut St., a rent-controlled apartment in Downtown Berkeley, in order to build transfer student housing.
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Construction begins on new Northside building

Construction on Jacobs Hall, a new Northside building that will house an engineering design institute, began Monday amid lingering concern from some students who feel that their voices haven’t been heard in the campus’s decision-making process.
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Post office public meeting rallies Berkeley residents

Following the next steps in the process of selling the Downtown Berkeley Post Office, the U.S. Postal Service held a public meeting Tuesday night to discuss the potential sale. As part of a mandatory procedure before continuing with the sale, the Postal Service hosted the meeting to inform residents about
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