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SFYIMBY Construction Update for Phase One of Four at Brooklyn Basin, Oakland

Brooklyn Basin with Lake Merritt in the background, rendering courtesy EKBrooklyn Basin with Lake Merritt in the background, rendering courtesy EK

A site visit by SF YIMBY shows construction is well underway for the Brooklyn Basin development, one of the largest in the city of Oakland with thousands of units and two planned skyscrapers. One of the residential structures is already accepting move-ins, and two others are nearing completion. Located adjacent to the gentrifying Jack London District, it is a new mixed-use district with 3,100 new units, 200,00 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, a few marinas, and thirty acres of public parks.

Brooklyn Basin viewed from drone, image via Andrew Campbell Nelson

Brooklyn Basin viewed from drone, image via Andrew Campbell Nelson

Brooklyn Basin is a joint project with Oakland-based Signature Development Group and China-based Zarsion Holdings Group.

The Brooklyn Basin development map, which the dots indicating phases 1 at far right through 4 on the far left map, image courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

The Brooklyn Basin development map, which the dots indicating phases 1 at far right through 4 on the far left map, image courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

Brooklyn Basin Parcel C rendering, image courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

Brooklyn Basin Parcel C rendering, image courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

The primary subject of this article is the building temporarily named Parcel C. The 86-foot structure will produce 241 units, along with 3,500 square feet of ground-floor retail. Studio T Square is responsible for the design. While most of the buildings have a similar ambiance and height, the exterior design varies significantly from site to site. For Parcel C, the patina metal panels provide a visual accent to the white and black stucco facade. Parcel C has topped out, with facade installation coming imminently.

Brooklyn Basin Parcel C topped out, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Brooklyn Basin Parcel C topped out, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

The U-shaped building is directly across from the recently-opened Township Commons waterfront park and retail. The park includes copious seating and the restoration of a historic 9th Avenue shipping terminal, with landscaping design by Einwiller Kuehl Architecture. The Township Commons represents a 4.5-acre slice of the 30 acres of public parks designed by the landscape architect. Most of the street layout has already been laid down and complete.

Brooklyn Basin with Oakland skyline, rendering courtesy EK

Brooklyn Basin with Oakland skyline, rendering courtesy EK

The development will eventually yield two high rises from phase four, which is expected to be complete as early as 2027. This is a decrease from initial plans that propose four skyscrapers. Housing will vary in style from apartments and townhouses to lofts and condominiums. Affordable housing will be included on-site, with management by MidPen Housing.

Construction at Brooklyn Basin, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Construction at Brooklyn Basin, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

The project is aiming to receive LEED certification for its resource efficiency.

Brooklyn Basin park, rendering courtesy EK

Brooklyn Basin park, rendering courtesy EK

Roma Design Group is responsible for the master planning. Once complete, the development is expected to add at least $1.5 billion of asset value. While it sits within the Embarcadero neighborhood, its proximity and architectural continuity from the Jack London district may lead to neighborhood growth.

Brooklyn Basin street view, rendering courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

Brooklyn Basin street view, rendering courtesy Brooklyn Basin website

The northern edge of Brooklyn Basin is just thirteen minutes walk from the Lake Merritt BART station with direct lines to San Francisco, Berkeley, and San Jose.

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