Adeline Corridor Specific Plan approved by Berkeley City Council

Photo of Adeline Street sign
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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan outlines development of 1,450 housing units in South Berkeley, half of which are intended for low-income residents. The plan aims to redevelop Ashby BART station into a mixed-use neighborhood center, create a Business Improvement District, strengthen community institutions and make the streets more accessible for pedestrians and cyclists.

The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, which outlines the next 20 years of development in a South Berkeley area near Ashby BART station, was approved by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday after about six years of planning.
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Places to go and people to see in Berkeley

From those working in beloved Berkeley food spots like Artichoke Basille’s Pizza to students pursuing their professional passions through campus opportunities such as the Berkeley Art Studio, there’s no denying that UC Berkeley is home to an unparalleled, diverse community. The unique blend of experiences found only in Berkeley allows
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5 places to shop when you’re short on cash

Shopping on a student budget? So are we. Although shopping trips to San Francisco can be fun, they usually leave us with a huge hole in our wallets. So here’s a list of thrift shops in Berkeley to help you make your dollar go further. Crossroads Trading Co. Berkeley is
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