"A drop in the bucket," laments Mayor Schaaf
The big day where everyone rides a bike to work can be exhausting—here’s where to recharge.
A rare East Bay specimen from the Pasadena-based architect.
The "Wedding Cake" has a rare opening.
"While voters are frustrated by the lack of places for the homeless to go, many vocally oppose locating homeless shelters in their own neighborhoods."
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association says it won’t appeal for fear of setting precedent.
"When it comes to housing, California’s system of almost pure local control hasn’t worked," says State Sen. Scott Wiener.
"Roughly three out of four landlords appear to be violating those very laws," says investigative report.
Originally built for "a spinster who appears never to have lived in it."
Oakland mini-castle sits on famed Picardy Drive.
After three years, Rose on Bond blooms.
But the bridge won’t close to motorists.
Some cities wouldn’t meet current targets before 2525.
Artist Refa One commemorates slain Oakland man more than ten years after his death.
Five new rentals from across the bridge.
Bjarke Ingels Group’s second draft comes with new circular shape.
How to do a remodel right.
Ride-hailing company ponies up $700,000 in grant money to city.
Pint-sized home is big on charm.
Circa-1895 duplex benefits from major interior renovation.
Circa-1924 home comes with fruit trees and detached studio.
Unnamed road sits on west side of Fruitvale Station, where Grant died in 2009.
Company promises nine-figure housing investment in hometown.
Magnitude 3.4 shaker centered near Oakland/Berkeley border.
Pre-quake Victorian comes with curb appeal, period details, and restoration work that contractors should be forced to learn.
And 19th most stressful nationwide.
Asking prices tumble while number of days on the market spikes.
"Let’s not be scabs, SF Giants," said District Six Supervisor-elect Matt Haney.
Uptown Station, once meant to be Uber’s Oakland HQ, nets a new tech tenant
Public art at a crossroads.
City alleges the football franchise of bullying, extorting Oaktown over threat to move.
It might even come with a gondola.
"We’ve never seen anything like this before."
Special rapporteur cites SF and Oakland along with worst slums in the world.
Owned by the same family since 1959, the house was once featured in Sunset Magazine.
Contemporary stunner lands on the market for the first time since 1992.
"This is the last weekend of this work," promises transit agency.
Board votes to begin negotiating with developers.