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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
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Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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For Paul Wallace, 1921 Walnut St. has served as his home for the past six years and is the only thing keeping him from experiencing homelessness during the pandemic, a reality that makes UC Berkeley’s notices of eviction particularly “infuriating."
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For Paul Wallace, 1921 Walnut St. has served as his home for the past six years and is the only thing keeping him from experiencing homelessness during the pandemic, a reality that makes UC Berkeley’s notices of eviction particularly “infuriating."
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UC Berkeley launched its final event in a series of open houses to showcase designs for a housing development planned for People's Park. The virtual open house features an overview of the project, design updates and a “brief survey” to solicit public feedback.
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UC Berkeley launched its final event in a series of open houses to showcase designs for a housing development planned for People's Park. The virtual open house features an overview of the project, design updates and a “brief survey” to solicit public feedback.
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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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The first of three open houses hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park was interrupted by protesters opposing the development Feb. 10.
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The first of three open houses hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park was interrupted by protesters opposing the development Feb. 10.
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The Intersection, a graduate student housing project located on the border of Emeryville and Oakland, is planned to be gifted to UC Berkeley upon completion.
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The Intersection, a graduate student housing project located on the border of Emeryville and Oakland, is planned to be gifted to UC Berkeley upon completion.
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