Alameda County has started accepting applications for affordable rental units in the Maudelle Miller Shirek Community Building in South Berkeley. The six-story project is offering 86 units across from the Ashby BART Station and near Berkeley Bowl. Prospective residents will have until February 12th to apply for the lottery drawing.
2001 Ashby Avenue
Excavation work is progressing, with portions of the concrete foundation visible at 2001 Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The project, named Maudelle Miller Shirek, will produce 87 affordable units, including twelve for formerly unhoused people, located directly across from the Ashby BART Station. Move-ins are expected by 2024.
A new affordable housing project will soon be welcomed at 2001 Ashby Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the demolition of a single-story commercial structure with partial basement to make way for a six-story apartment building. RCD Housing is the project developer. MWA Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
The building application has been filed for review for the six-story affordable housing proposal at 2001 Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley. The project is expecting to add 87 new units to the East Bay housing market, with twelve units reserved for formerly unhoused residents. RCD Housing is responsible for the development, which will be named Maudelle Miller Shirek Community Building in honor of the late activist, vice-mayor, and eight-term member of the city council.