2245 Ashby Ave. | Photo: Zumper 2245 Ashby Ave. | Photo: Zumper Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 2245 Ashby Ave. | Photo: Zumper 2245 Ashby Ave. | Photo: Zumper Apartments for rent in Berkeley: What will $2,800 get you? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Curious just how far your dollar goes in Berkeley? We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to locating affordable apartments in Berkeley if you've got up to $2,800/month earmarked for your rent. Take a peek at what rentals the city has to offer, below. (Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.) Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline a commission on clicks and transactions. 2327B Browning St. Listed at $2,750/month, this … [Read more...] about Apartments for rent in Berkeley: What will $2,800 get you?
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Nearly 15 years after the first apartment building opened within yards of AT&T Park, San Francisco’s Mission Bay remains an oddly hollow work in progress. The progress is undeniable, from the completion of more than 5,000 housing units to a growing web of landscaped parks and plazas. This month the Golden State Warriors broke ground on an 18,000-seat arena across Third Street from UCSF’s young research campus. But if you don’t live in the neighborhood that has replaced a former rail yard, there hasn’t been a real reason to visit. Now, though, enough has been added south of Mission Creek that it becomes apparent how the newest set of buildings and spaces improve on what came before — and how careful planning doesn’t always transfer to good architecture or lively streets. The most recent development area is a triangular set of blocks bounded roughly by Mission Creek, Fourth Street and the north edge of UCSF Mission Bay. Seven residential buildings … [Read more...] about Mission Bay, Warriors’ next home, on winning track with buildings
As luxury high-rise condos replace Oakland’s once-affordable housing stock, city officials said Wednesday a first-of-its-kind program that gives financial incentives to landlords renting to low-income families is off to a strong start. In recent years, hundreds of housing units available for impoverished families have disappeared from the market. To recover some of the loss, Oakland officials are touting the new program that gives monetary benefits to property owners to remain or become Section 8 landlords. Perks include a $500 signing bonus and two months of covered rent during a vacancy if the property owner leases again to a Section 8 tenant after the interim. Section 8, run by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, gives housing vouchers to very low-income families, the elderly, the disabled and veterans. In Oakland, the average annual household income of program participants is $19,000. “We want our owners back. We want those owners that left the program … [Read more...] about Affordable housing program in Oakland helps keep Section 8 renters in place
A rendering of a new housing development under construction on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay shows a view from what will be Hilltop Park A rendering of a new housing development under construction on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay shows a view from what will be Hilltop Park Photo: Hayes Davidson Photo: Hayes Davidson Image 1 of / 19 Caption Close Image 1 of 19 A rendering of a new housing development under construction on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay shows a view from what will be Hilltop Park A rendering of a new housing development under construction on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay shows a view from what will be Hilltop Park Photo: Hayes Davidson See inside the luxury homes being … [Read more...] about See inside the luxury homes being built on SF’s Yerba Buena Island
Shantel McClendon says she’s tried to play by the rules to keep a roof over the heads of her five kids. But after a tumultuous two years in which she struggled to keep up with rent payments, secured and lost jobs, and endured a difficult, high-risk pregnancy, McClendon and her children — ages 16 months to 19 years — are facing eviction from their apartment at Valencia Gardens, a public housing complex in the Mission District. A series of alleged violations of her lease has prompted the property manager to try to kick out McClendon and her children. The John Stewart Co. alleged that McClendon has repeatedly violated her lease and the “house rules” that govern resident conduct at Valencia Gardens. The two sides have tried to reconcile — and a settlement is still possible — but the company said it cannot continue to allow McClendon to break the rules. Signing a lease for subsidized housing means obeying the terms set out by federal and state … [Read more...] about ‘I’m scared:’ Single mother of five fights eviction from SF public housing