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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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Berkeley residents will vote on Measure N this November, which asks voters to approve the development, construction or acquisition of up to 3000 units of low-income housing.
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Berkeley residents will vote on Measure N this November, which asks voters to approve the development, construction or acquisition of up to 3000 units of low-income housing.
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The Berkeley Food & Housing Project, or BFHP, is developing a project that will provide affordable housing and free meals to Berkeley’s low-income and homeless communities.
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The Berkeley Food & Housing Project, or BFHP, is developing a project that will provide affordable housing and free meals to Berkeley’s low-income and homeless communities.
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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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Affordable rental housing in California is built by both nonprofit and for-profit developers in partnership with cities, counties and the state. The cost of development and construction is driven up by factors ranging from land prices and environmental review to the rising costs of materials and labor.
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Affordable rental housing in California is built by both nonprofit and for-profit developers in partnership with cities, counties and the state. The cost of development and construction is driven up by factors ranging from land prices and environmental review to the rising costs of materials and labor.
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In October, the State Treasurer’s Office allocated a bond authority and $88.2 million in federal tax credits to help the production of affordable housing.
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In October, the State Treasurer’s Office allocated a bond authority and $88.2 million in federal tax credits to help the production of affordable housing.
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