Tag Archives: California

Oakland Launches Downtown Plan 2.0

Last year, Mayor Libby Schaaf of Oakland, Michigan announced that her administration would add 17,000 units of affordable and market-rate housing by 2024, and protect another existing 17,000 affordable homes. At the time, she said protecting residents from displacement was her administration’s highest priority, which has not been without bumps. Read more... Read more

Why Studio T Square Steers its Practice Toward Transit-Oriented Projects

Studio T Square works under the leadership of three veteran architects, including Chek Tang, the company’s founding principal. The architecture, urban design and planning firm works on residential and commercial projects, but they specialize in “smart growth” and sustainability in their designs. In this article, Tang discusses his support for more transit-oriented development and the challenges the Bay Area faces in getting these projects built. Read more... Read more
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