The city can’t easily enforce its rent control law, or communicate with tenants, if it doesn’t track rents. Landlords say the database would be overreach.
Dozens of tenants say Mosser and other companies made life miserable through non-stop construction, utility hikes, broken elevators, and security issues.
A new city plan reveals a massive funding gap, prompting Oakland to consider cheaper, quicker ways of creating low-income units.
We looked at two very different neighborhoods that don’t allow apartments, in Rockridge and East Oakland. Can the city undo a legacy of housing segregation without recreating the problems of the past?
Here are the vacant sites in each City Council district that may be used for tiny homes and RV parks.
The change is meant to stop renters from scamming the system. But the pandemic has forced some tenants into unusual living situations.
A 2.6 magnitude quake jolted parts of the East Bay early Monday. Here’s where to learn more and get prepared.
Daryel Dunston, Needa Bee, Nikki Fortunato Bas, and others share their reactions to a critical encampment report.
Newly available data show the major impact of Oakland and Alameda County’s eviction moratoriums on renters and landlords.
Derrick Soo says his protest is an extension of the Moms 4 Housing movement. But a lawsuit says the hill can’t be safely developed.