In its Feb. 25 edition, the Mercury News reported that despite an increase in demand for housing in the Bay Area, there are too few construction workers to build new homes.
In our last Survey Monkey poll, we asked you, “What have you learned from the Oakland Conduit in the past year? What could be better about the site?”
Many of you sent some excellent feedback, which we’re contemplating now. We hope to make some changes soon.
Thank you for your comments.
Below are the top Oakland development stories for the week of March 12, 2018:
In our most recent Survey Monkey poll, we asked you: “When you have guests come in from out of town, where do you tell them to go in Oakland?”
By Michael Orion Powell-Deschamps
According to a 2016 study by the McKinsey Global Institute, California has the capacity to add 1 to 3 million homes within a half mile of all the state’s transit hubs. If a few state legislators in the Bay Area get their way, the transit hubs may soon be able to reach their full potential for real estate.
Below are the top Oakland development stories for the week of March, 5, 2018:
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Below are proposed developments submitted to the Planning Department during the last week:
One year ago, we sent out the first Oakland Conduit. In the last year, we’ve created about 250 posts, including comprehensive investigative articles, longform op-eds, survey questions, and map updates.