End Of An Era For Hilltop Mall Under New Ownership With Massive Redevelopment PlanRichmond's Hilltop Mall has a new owner with plans to raze the million-square-foot structure and launch a massive redevelopment of the site. Neighbors here have mixed feelings.
Fort Scott Remains Lone Presidio Site Yet To Be RedevelopedCall it the Presidio’s last frontier, the one big piece of the former military base that has not been assigned a long-term future. And after a lot of discussion, it might just stay that way for the foreseeable future.
Dispute Over UC Berkeley Redevelopment Centers On Compensation To CityThe University of California, Berkeley is asking its Board of Regents for approval to demolish a parking garage to build new classrooms and housing for students and faculty. But the development plans have set off a legal battle with the city.
Neighbors Object To Affordable Housing Plan For Former Mall In Pricey CupertinoTensions are running high in Cupertino over a developer’s plans for hundreds of new homes as some neighbors are saying, “not so fast.”
Approval Given To Develop Old Mervyn's Headquarters In HaywardHayward is finally moving forward with one of the biggest business development projects in the East Bay in years -- redeveloping the old Mervyn's headquarters.
Oakland Could Say Goodbye To Sears; Plans For Uptown Redevelopment In LimboOakland may be a step closer to biding farewell to its last remaining major downtown retailer. However, a deal to redevelop the old Sears building in Uptown into housing, a hotel and various retail outlets has fallen through.
Report Suggests More Widespread Radiation Contamination On SF's Treasure IslandA recently-obtained survey by the United States Navy indicates that radioactive contamination on San Francisco’s Treasure Island may be more widespread than previously thought, creating a potential snag for redevelopment plans.
49ers Sue Santa Clara Over $30M Stadium Funding LossThe team filed a restraining order this week in an effort to stop Santa Clara County from spending the money, and the judge hearing the matter set a court date on the issue for next Tuesday.
New SF Agency Tasked With Funding Affordable Housing On Thursday Mayor Ed Lee got down to the task of figuring out how to continue to fund affordable and workforce housing following the demise of the city’s redevelopment agency, which closed its doors Wednesday.
San Jose Redevelopment Agency Officially Out Of BusinessIt's official: redevelopment is dead in cities across California. San Jose, which identified the funds as its largest tool is being forced to deal with the loss of its once mighty redevelopment agency.
Last Minute Budget Talks Save Popular Oakland ProgramsOakland leaders have agreed to eliminate 105 city positions to fill a $28 million budget gap caused by the loss of state redevelopment money. However, last minute negotiations were able to save popular programs from deep cuts.
Protesters Shut Down Oakland City Council Meeting On LayoffsOccupy protesters shut down an Oakland City Council meeting Wednesday where lawmakers were supposed to hear public comment on plans to consolidate departments and lay off city workers.
Oakland Mayor Quan Proposes At Least 105 Layoffs To Balance BudgetOakland Mayor Jean Quan proposed laying off at least 105 city employees Monday to help the city balance its budget in order to cope with the state’s decision to eliminate redevelopment agencies statewide.
Phil Matier: Occupy Oakland Still Costing City PlentyThe City of Oakland, of course, doesn't have much money to spare for these costs - which weren't a part of the budget.
Oakland Issues 2,500 Pink Slips To City Employees The city of Oakland issued layoff notices Wednesday to 2,500 employees to cope with the state’s decision to eliminate redevelopment agencies statewide.