In Case You Missed It 7/6/18

Here are top development stories in Oakland during the week of July 6th, 2018

Oakland finds likely collusion between inspector, property owner in eviction
Published by the San Francisco Chronicle on July 1, 2018
https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Oakland-finds-likely-collusion-between-inspector-13040708.php
An Oakland building inspector likely colluded with a property owner in 2016 to evict tenants from a building by improperly declaring it unsafe, according to internal documents released by the city, which described its employee’s behavior as “a violation of the public trust.”'

City Ventures kicks off sales at new West Oakland townhouse projects
Published by the San Francisco Business Times on June 29, 2018
https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2018/06/29/city-ventures-housing-west-oakland-townhouses.html
Developer City Ventures recently launched sales at two new West Oakland townhouse developments, Ice House and Station House South, with some homes available for move-in starting in October.

Oakland, Berkeley to consider real; estate tax ballot measures
Published by the East Bay Times on June 29, 2018
https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/06/29/oakland-berkeley-consider-real-estate-tax-ballot-measures/
People selling Oakland properties for more than $2 million would have to pay more in taxes if voters approve a measure being proposed for the November ballot.

Exclusive: Highrise with 400 apartments in Oakland's Auto Row set to break ground
Published by the San Francisco Business Times on July 3, 2018
https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2018/07/03/holland-oakland-auto-row-broadway-valdez-housing.html
Holland Partner Group will break ground within the next month on an 18-story tower with 405 rental units and about 60,000 square feet of retail.

Eastline, bigger than Salesforce Tower, wants to transform Oakland
Published by the San Francisco Chronicle on July 6, 2018
https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/Eastline-bigger-than-Salesforce-Tower-wants-to-13053153.php
Two blocks north of Oakland’s 19th Street BART Station are a shuttered burger stand, a public parking garage and short commercial buildings. The barren site at 2100 Telegraph Ave. could turn into one of the largest developments the city has ever seen.


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