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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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Additional COVID-19 testing sites are opening up for Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students at various locations, which include the gym at University Village in Albany and mobile testing pop-up sites outside of both Berkeley Bowl locations.
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Additional COVID-19 testing sites are opening up for Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students at various locations, which include the gym at University Village in Albany and mobile testing pop-up sites outside of both Berkeley Bowl locations.
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The developer who proposed to transform the lot at 2211 Harold Way into an 18-story high-rise, which has stirred up opposition among some Berkeley residents, pulled out of its contract last week.
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The developer who proposed to transform the lot at 2211 Harold Way into an 18-story high-rise, which has stirred up opposition among some Berkeley residents, pulled out of its contract last week.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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The 18-story mixed-use structure was listed as entitled in an advertisement run by the project’s brokers, Salem Partners and Arbor Realty Capital Advisors, meaning that the buyer will also obtain the rights to build on the property. The sale offer comes after Berkeley City Council approved the contentious project in 2015. A lawsuit against the project was also dismissed in October 2016.
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The 18-story mixed-use structure was listed as entitled in an advertisement run by the project’s brokers, Salem Partners and Arbor Realty Capital Advisors, meaning that the buyer will also obtain the rights to build on the property. The sale offer comes after Berkeley City Council approved the contentious project in 2015. A lawsuit against the project was also dismissed in October 2016.
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On Friday, litigation against the city moved forward, setting a hearing date of Aug. 26 for lawsuits concerning the construction of a contentious 18-story building at 2211 Harold Way.
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On Friday, litigation against the city moved forward, setting a hearing date of Aug. 26 for lawsuits concerning the construction of a contentious 18-story building at 2211 Harold Way.
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The Berkeley Progressive Alliance, or BPA, outlined its affordable housing platform to citizens, affordable housing activists and city government officials at a meeting Sunday.
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The Berkeley Progressive Alliance, or BPA, outlined its affordable housing platform to citizens, affordable housing activists and city government officials at a meeting Sunday.
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Mill Creek Residential, a national development company, submitted a proposal on December 21 to build a 180-foot building in place of the downtown Berkeley Walgreens.
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Mill Creek Residential, a national development company, submitted a proposal on December 21 to build a 180-foot building in place of the downtown Berkeley Walgreens.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to discuss appeals regarding a possible 18-story building that would be located Downtown.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to discuss appeals regarding a possible 18-story building that would be located Downtown.
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On Wednesday, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education voted, 6-1, to appeal the new affordable housing project on Harold Way — passed by the city's Zoning Adjustments Board on Sept. 30 — expressing their concerns over the health and safety of students.
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On Wednesday, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education voted, 6-1, to appeal the new affordable housing project on Harold Way — passed by the city's Zoning Adjustments Board on Sept. 30 — expressing their concerns over the health and safety of students.
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