Is an Eco-Friendly High-Rise Coming to Downtown Berkeley? 

The smart-growth, 180-foot-tall building would be the first high-rise erected in forty years.

A little more than two years ago, Berkeley voters overwhelmingly approved a plan to add tall buildings and thousands of residents to the city's downtown core. And in 2013, voters will find out if the city intends to go forward with that…

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