Here are the top Oakland development stories from the week of September 28, 2018.
Pandora plays a new song as it’s sold to Sirius for $3.5 billion
Published by the East Bay Times on September 24, 2018
On Monday, Pandora said it agreed to be acquired by satellite radio giant Sirius XM for $3.5 billion in an all-stock deal that is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019.
Job Opportunities and Free Training in Construction & Building Trades
Published by the Oakland Post on September 23, 2018
The Oakland Private Industry Council (PIC) is hosting interviews for applicants who wish to start training and being working in the construction trades, 10 a.m., Monday, Sept. 24 at the West Oakland Neighborhood Career Center, 1801 Adeline St., Suite 209, in Oakland.
Mixed-use development with 228 apartments near Concord BART approved
Published by the San Francisco Business Times on September 24, 2018
A mixed-use, six-story complex of 228 luxury apartments anchored by retail is set to break ground next summer and rise in downtown Concord by 2021, according to the East Bay Times.
SunCal Breaks Ground On Scenic Oak Knoll
Published by Forbes on September 25, 2018
In the foothills of Oakland, California, Oak Knoll is a master-planned, mixed-use development that will feature more than 900 homes situated on 183 acres above and east of MacArthur Freeway.
Skilled Labor Workers Needed in Oakland
Published by KCBS on September 24, 2018
As Oakland continues to experience a boom in local development, there are more skilled labor jobs that need to be filled. KCBS Radio's Carrie Hodousek reports from a job fair Monday at the West Oakland Neighborhood Career Center.