Why the Oak-to-Ninth Housing Project Is Coming at Just the Right Time 

A lot has changed in the seven years since the Oakland City Council approved the $1.5 billion project.

When the Oakland City Council approved the massive Oak-to-Ninth housing project seven years ago, it didn't look like a such a great deal for the city or the Port of Oakland. For starters, the port had agreed to sell the 64-acre property…

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