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Futuristic East Bay Estate Fetches $20.5M

Futuristic East Bay Estate Fetches $20.5M

The modern 14,000 square-foot Berkeley/Oakland Hills mansion which sits atop a ridge at 6889 Devon Way and is visible from Highway 24 has just traded hands for $20.5 million having been listed for $21 million early last year. Built for Robert Felton, an OG tech entrepreneur and engineer, the four-bedroom home... Read More »

East Bay Modern Masterpiece Fetches $2.4M

East Bay Modern Masterpiece Fetches $2.4M

Designed by renowned Bay Area architect Donald Olsen and constructed in 1967, the Bauhaus-style home hidden behind a custom gate at 256 The Uplands in Claremont hit the market in September listed for $2.5 million. Reduced to $2.235 million in early October, the sale of the four-bedroom modern masterpiece... Read More »

From Hotel Rooms to Apartments as Proposed

From Hotel Rooms to Apartments as Proposed

Approved as a residential hotel project and designed for short-term tenants, “such as professors or other people coming to the city for brief periods who need a place to live,” Panoramic Interests is now seeking approval to develop its 22-unit building to rise four stories at 2711 Shattuck Avenue... Read More »

Designs For More Parking In Berkeley, Not Less

Designs For More Parking In Berkeley, Not Less

If approved this week, the five-story, 440-space Center Street Parking Garage at 2025 Center Street in Downtown Berkeley, which is owned by the City, will be razed and an eight-story, 711-space replacement garage will rise upon the site. The proposed structure includes a new location for the Downtown Berkeley... Read More »

Berkeley Development Redesigned To Accommodate New Grocery

Berkeley Development Redesigned To Accommodate New Grocery

When the plans for a complex of five-story buildings – with 152 residential units over a couple of smaller retail spaces – to rise on the Grocery Outlet site at 2001 Fourth Street in Berkeley were approved late last year, the loss of the low-cost grocery store and its... Read More »

Achtung! $265K Price Cut For East Bay Modern Masterpiece

Achtung! $265K Price Cut For East Bay Modern Masterpiece

Listed for $2.5 million three weeks ago, the asking price for the four-bedroom modern masterpiece hidden behind a custom gate at 256 The Uplands in Claremont has been reduced $265,000 (10.6 percent), now asking $2.235 million. Built in 1967, the Bauhaus-style home was designed by renowned Bay Area architect... Read More »

18-Story Berkeley Building Slated For Approval This Week

18-Story Berkeley Building Slated For Approval This Week

It has been nearly three years since the plans for an 18-story building with over 300 apartments, a new multi-screen cinema, and multiple restaurant and retail spaces to rise at 2211 Harold Way in Downtown Berkeley were first proposed. And in a special meeting this Wednesday, September 30, the development... Read More »

Modern Masterpiece On The Market For $2.5 Million

Modern Masterpiece On The Market For $2.5 Million

Designed by renowned Bay Area architect Donald Olsen and hidden across a creek and behind a custom gate in Claremont, the modern masterpiece at 256 The Uplands was built in 1967. The four-bedroom home measures 3,483 square feet, with a 15-foot ceiling and walls of glass in the living, dining... Read More »

Urban Farm Plans To Add Campground, Dorms And Cafe

Urban Farm Plans To Add Campground, Dorms And Cafe

Urban Adamah, the Berkeley-based educational farm and Jewish community center that has been working a one-acre site at 1050 Parker Street since 2010, and gives away over 10,000 pounds of freshly grown food each year, purchased a 2.2-acre site at 1151 Sixth Street in West Berkeley for $2.1 million... Read More »

New Plans And Timing For An 18-Story Berkeley Tower

New Plans And Timing For An 18-Story Berkeley Tower

The designs for an 18-story building with over 300 apartments proposed to rise at 2211 Harold Way in Downtown Berkeley have been refined anew, shifting the building mass to address “urban design concerns about views” and adding a bit more glass, and removing balconies, for contrast. Fronting Harold Way,... Read More »