New renderings reveal plans for eighteen unit townhouse development on an underutilized lot at 1925 Brush Street in the Ralph Bunche neighborhood of West Oakland. The address sits just across from Downtown Oakland on the other side of I-980. Riaz Capital is responsible for the development.
Three buildings will be constructed in total, yielding 35,835 square feet total, centered around a 3,230 square foot open public space. The 18-unit complex spreads across the 25,000 square foot lot, and to rise 35 feet to be three floors. Each unit will take up the full three levels, with the top floor benefiting from a spacious sawtooth rooftop. The developer is also calling for a more sensible nine parking spaces versus the 18 spaces suggested by law.
The project will redevelop the lot between 19th and 20th Street, half of which is surface parking, a single-story windowless warehouse. San Francisco-based Levy Design Partners is responsible for the building expected to come in its place, with CFLA responsible for landscaping and civil engineering by Luk & Associates.
While the available drawings offer a colorless view of what to expect, the facade will feature a few different skins, such as cement plaster, corrugated metal, and metal panels.
An estimated completion date has not been announced.