The East Bay has seen a widening gap between rich and poor and the displacement of people who are low-income and of color. But it doesn't have to be this way.
by Kathleen Richards | Sep 19, 2018
Land trusts, and similar housing models, take homes out of the for-profit market in order to preserve affordability for the long haul.
by Darwin BondGraham | Sep 19, 2018
Transit-oriented development has become a key tactic to combat the region's housing crisis, but the challenge is to make sure it helps the people who need it most.
by Scott Morris | Sep 19, 2018
As Oakland's soon-to-be last pro sports team, the A's are trying to land on the right side of the city's housing battles, as they aim to build a new ballpark.
by Chris De Benedetti | Sep 19, 2018
While artists have been blamed for triggering gentrification, the Black Arts Movement and Business District wants to preserve the city's traditional neighborhoods and residents.
by Beatrice Kilat | Sep 19, 2018