Permits have been filed for a residential addition to 1825 28th Street in Oak Tree, Oakland. The site sits on a large block bordered by 16th Street and Foothill boulevard. While there is a nearby rail connection, a bus route runs along Foothill Boulevard and can take riders to rail stations and other transit routes.
The parcel, which spans 14,325 square feet, is set to receive a new multifamily structure to accompany an existing six-unit apartment building. The new structure will bring seven units, making for a total of 13 residential dwellings once complete. The project will also include 13 parking spaces, one for each living quarters. The ground floor of the new building will be home to Group and private open spaces.
The existing apartment building stands two stories tall and features a familiar tan facade. It sits in a home to mostly single-family homes, except for a few large Multifamily buildings, so this project will help add more variety.
Arcus Architects is the applicant for the permit. It will take an estimated two years to get the project approved and an additional two for construction.