Berkeley City Hall Building

The Berkeley City Hall Building

In 1908, the Berkeley City Hall was designed by architects Arthur John, Junior and John Bakewell, both of whom were graduates of the University of California. The city hall building was constructed in downtown Berkeley, California later that year after the cornerstone was established on June 27th.

Eventually, the city hall staff was moved to another location in Berkeley. Presently the city hall hosts a radio station and serves as a temporary homeless shelter.

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