It’s been a hard-fought battle to preserve Edgewood Plaza, the only shopping center Joe Eichler developed. But after a 10-year struggle to keep the center from being torn down, a new grocery store has opened as an anchor tenant that celebrates the structure’s Eichler heritage.
For mid-century modern house flippers in this now-booming market, the name of the game is targeting sales to fans of the style, even if that means a larger investment. That is, if they can even find inventory to begin with.
After a tumultuous month of victories and defeats for preservationists, KQED's Michael Krasny moderates a discussion "addressing property rights, preservation, and the impact of architecture on our communities."