Oakland's Development Budget

Last Friday, Mayor Libby Schaaf released her proposed budget for Oakland’s 2017-18 and 2018-19 fiscal years. The budget, which totals roughly $2.6 billion, includes several new expenditures relevant to real estate development in the city. 

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What You Told Us...

In our recent Survey Monkey poll, we asked you if there is an area in Oakland you think is ripe for development.

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Oak Knoll EIR to be Heard at Landmark Preservation Board

On Monday, the Landmark Preservation Advisory Board, a subcommittee of the Planning Commission, will examine the final supplemental environmental impact report for the Oak Knoll property.

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In Case You Missed It...

Here are the top Oakland development stories for the week of May 1, 2017: 

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Map Update (5/5/2017)

Below are the proposed developments submitted to the Planning Commission during the week of May 1 2017.

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EBHO Affordable Housing Week

The Oakland Conduit received the following invitation from East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO): 

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Oak Knoll Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report Released

The Oakland Conduit staff received the final draft of the Oak Knoll project’s final supplemental environmental impact report (EIR) close to when we were set to publish this week’s edition.

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In Case You Missed It...

Here are the top Oakland Development stories for the week of April 24, 2017: 

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Poll: Is There an Area in Oakland You Think is Ripe for Development?

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Neighborhood Groups Speak

*Updated from the original April 14 story. Scroll down to see new answers from the Dimond Improvement Association. 

How people feel about real-estate development in Oakland can vary, based on their neighborhoods, socio-economic circumstances and political beliefs. The Oakland Conduit wanted to know how people’s thoughts about Oakland’s real-estate development boom varied from neighborhood to neighborhood. Our staff compiled a list of community groups across the city and asked their members a few questions. 

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