Emeryville Planning Commission will be conducting a third study session to review a proposal for a new four-story building at 1225 65th Street, Emeryville. The project proposal consists of a residential complex with twenty-four units with on-site parking. The project requires a major design review, a conditional use permit for 100 bonus points, a variance to eliminate the required three-foot setback on the west side of the property, and a tree removal permit for a tree on 65th Street to provide sidewalk improvements.
Dinar & Associates is managing the design concept and construction. Athan Magganas is the property owner.
The property site is a parcel with a gross square footage of 17,337 square feet. A gross residential built-up area of 28,710 square feet houses the four-story structure. The residential units are developed as a mix of fifteen two-bedroom units and nine three-bedroom units. The complex will offer thirty-eight bicycle parking spaces and twenty-nine vehicular parking spaces on the ground floor. Each unit features a private balcony and a central courtyard run throughout the building on the second floor. Podium-level open spaces are designed for residents to enjoy.
The building facade is proposed to rise to a height of forty-two feet. The architecture style is expressed with exterior panel cladding, glass railings, and wood cladding at the canopy.
The date of project completion has not been announced yet.
The Commission will conduct a meeting on Thursday, April 22, 2021, details of which can be found here.