Friday, January 31 2020 / Published in Accessory Dwelling
New Avenue had the pleasure of designing a 432-square-foot, one-bedroom ADU for clients in Albany, California. This beautiful backyard cottage will be a space for the family to rent out for additional income or to use themselves. This beautiful ADU boasts a bathroom, a bedroom, a kitchenette, and a living area. The gorgeous bay window
Thursday, January 30 2020 / Published in Informational
To legally rent out your accessory dwelling, you need the necessary permits. That’s why we frequently hear from homeowners who need help getting their ADUs up to code. City rules can be difficult to understand. Permitting offices can be hard to deal with. For this legalization project in Alameda, New Avenue’s designer visited the city
Tuesday, January 28 2020 / Published in Accessory Dwelling, Informational
One of New Avenue's skilled designers created these plans and images for a client in Emeryville. The homeowner wants to replace his old garage with a new accessory dwelling to rent out, and he's thinking about moving into it himself one day.
Monday, January 27 2020 / Published in Accessory Dwelling, Legislation
While homelessness is a complicated issue, it simply cannot be solved without a major increase in affordable housing. So, in the interest of making housing more accessible, East Bay cities like Hayward are looking for creative solutions.
Monday, January 27 2020 / Published in Informational
An accessory dwelling brings huge rewards, but it’s also a big commitment. When you’re investing your money, time, and energy, you want to know you’re getting the best possible ADU for your property and your needs. To make sure your ADU is right for you, your New Avenue designer can present you with several options.