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Oakland Developer Inks $140M Lease

New project signs Alameda County Social Services Agency In one of Oakland’s largest-ever real estate deals, the Alameda County General Services Agency has signed a 30-year lease for 101,000 square feet at a pending downtown development.

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Officials Break Ground On Berkley Square

OAKLAND — With shiny silver shovels glinting in the sun, an Oakland developer and county officials broke ground Thursday on a large new development they heralded as a cornerstone of economic revitalization for the uptown area.

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An Institution Turned to Rubble

OAKLAND — The Oakland Post Newspaper Building, located on Thomas L. Berkley Way in downtown Oakland, is being torn down and turned into rubble.

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Hotel Won’t Get Royal Treatment

Historical Oakland sites to be razed for $70 million development OAKLAND — The debate over whether the venerable old Hotel Royal on San Pablo Avenue should be saved is moot. The wrecking ball does not care one way or the other, so the building is coming down.

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Thomas L. Berkley Square Approved

The Thomas L. Berkley Square development team was elated after receiving an historic unanimous vote for Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson’s motion to approve a $70 million mixed commercial-retail-housing development planned at the junction of San Pablo Avenue, Thomas L. Berkley Way (20th St.), and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way.

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Hotel May Not Get Royal Treatment

Historic Building doesn’t Figure Into Plans for Welfare Office, Housing, Retail Outlets OAKLAND – Now that a 30-year lease with Alameda County has been signed, and Oakland developer is proceeding with plans to build a new welfare office in the uptown area of Oakland, combined with a mix of office space, housing, storefronts and parking.

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Bank of America Launches $120M Project

Some signs of life could emerge soon at Oakland’s Uptown district¬† despite the perennially stalled Uptown project¬† as local government and Bank of America launch a $120 million redevelopment project.

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BofA Millions Target Oakland

Community development bank’s trio of projects to top $300M Bank of America’s Community Development Bank has targeted Oakland for 2 million square feet of new residential and commercial buildings, spanning three separate projects that could be worth more than $300 million. Its most ambitious plan is a proposal to redevelop the Fox Theatre into a [...]

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