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Satay House
2519 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
Satay House is located on Durant Avenue in Berkeley. The Satay House serves Thai favorites. The Satay House is home toMore many vegetarian and vegan dishes. It also has plenty of meat dishes. 
House of Curries
2520 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
House of Curries is located on Durant Avenue in Berkeley. You will find it tucked away inside the Beau Sky Hotel.More At House of Curries you can dine on delicious Indian and Pakistani food. It has all your favorites like curry and naan as well as a few dishes that may be new to you. The House of Curries has a large dining area perfect for groups but can also be a great place for just you and a friend. Check out House of Curries for a great meal at a great location.
UC-Berkeley Residential and Student Service Programs
100 Sproul Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720
This office oversees campus living and dining options at UC-Berkeley. The university can house only a small portion ofMore its 35,000 students so if you want campus housing it's important to apply as soon as you are admitted. Most of the roughly 6,000 dorm spaces are predominantly for lower-division students. There are 226 beds in the Channing apartments for upper-division students, and about 250 more in the Manville and Ida Jackson graduate and law-school housing complexes. Some dorm floors operate as theme houses. For student heads of household, the Smith-Fernwald and Albany Village complexes offer housing for about 1,000 families. For student and faculty families, the school offers about 280 child-care spaces in several locations. The university operates four all-you-can-eat dining commons near the dorms for students and staff. The office also provides rental listings for private off-campus housing, as well as help and advice for students who have never rented a place of their own before. Some of the dorms operate as budget hotels during the summer, a great way to visit the Bay Area at a low price. 
Affordable Housing Associates
1250 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94702
From humble beginnings, this Berkeley non-profit developer has grown to a staff of 50 people dedicated to producingMore more low-income housing in the Bay Area. Affordable Housing uses award-winning architects, local workers, quality materials and green building methods to upgrade existing structures as well as build new ones. Visit its website for more information.
Berkeley Food and Housing Project
1931 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The Men's Overnight Shelter on Center Street offers short-term housing, laundry, employment training, counseling andMore life skills training. If they show progress in meeting goals, men over 18 with ID may be able to stay for up to six months as the shelter helps them get their lives back in order.
Triple Rock Brewery & Ale House
1920 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
Triple Rock Brewery & Ale House is a popular hangout for college students and locals alike. Rich with a history ofMore firsts, the bar was established in 1985 by a pair of twenty-somethings homebrewers, brothers John and Reid Martin. Triple Rock was one of the first brewpubs in the country, founded by two of the first original United States microbrewers. 
Mlchael R. Corbett
2161 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
Michael R. Corbett is a provider of independent research. His business specializes in architectural history, ecology andMore residential development. Projects have included work for the Siegel House and the Ellen Blood House.
University Avenue Co-Op Homes
1471 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94702
This is an small, colorful and lively apartment complex. University Avenue Co-Op Homes is a housing cooperative thatMore provides Section 8 housing. There are six family units in the complex. It is located on the corner of Addison and Sacramento Streets.
Congregation Beth El
1301 Oxford St, Berkeley, CA 94709
Congregation Beth El is a synagogue located on Oxford Street in north Berkeley. It is a member of the Union of ReformMore Judaism Congregations and headed by Rabbi Yoel Kahn. In keeping with Jewish tradition, Congregation Beth El is a House of Study, House of Worship and House of Assembly. Classes are available for nursery school students through adults. The synagogue has weekly sermons and cantorial music, as well as frequent social events so members can participate in the Jewish community as well as interfaith events. Please call or visit the website for more information about Congregation Beth El's extensive calendar of events, or to subscribe to its newsletter.
Erna P. Harris Court Apartments
1330 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702
Erna P. Harris Apartments are federally subsidized apartments that offer studio and one bedrooms for qualifiedMore applicants. Contact Affordable Housing Advocates to apply.
Great Clips
2415 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
At Great Clips, customers can walk-in for a quick, inexpensive haircut and be out the door in no time. The salon isMore located directly next door to a coffee house in downtown Berkeley. 
De Afghanan Kabob House
1267 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702
This little kebab house has never paid a cent to advertise itself in any medium, and it doesn't need to. Word of mouthMore has brought the restaurant a steady stream of customers, from folks who eat here several times a week to large catering orders from local businesses in the know. De Afghanan prides itself on using fresh, high quality ingredients, and on the fact that the Halal meat used is never frozen before it is served. Stop by and get to know the friendly staff while enjoying authentic Middle Eastern cuisine in a relaxed environment.
City of Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
2125 Milvia St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The City of Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board provides information to tenants and landlords about theirMore rights and responsibilities under the Berkeley Rent Ordinance and California Rental Housing Law. Housing Counselors are available by appointment or on a drop-in basis. The Rent Stabilization Board assists in settling disputes between tenants and landlords through informal and formal hearings. Monthly public, televised meetings allow community members to participate in setting policy. For more information about meeting dates and locations, visit the board's website.
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