Five months after the proposal was shared, the multi-family housing at 2400 Adeline Street in McClymonds, Oakland gets approval from the Oakland Planning Commission. The project proposal includes the demolition of a commercial building and the construction of a five-story residential building.
KTGY Architects, Signature Development Group, and Ripley Designs are managing the concept and design of this project.
The project site is a property lot spanning an area of 23,628 square feet. The total built-up area is 43,297 square feet and will yield 29 residential units. A parking garage with fifteen spaces on the ground floor and a rear detached one-story garage with fourteen parking spaces will also be planned. The units are built as a mix of ten one-bedroom units and fifteen two-bedroom units. Two bicycle parking spaces are also planned.
The building facade will rise to fifty-five feet. The estimated date of project completion has not been announced yet.
The project site is located between 24th Street and 26th Street in a residential neighborhood. A nearby connection to BART at West Oakland Station provides accessible transit around the Bay Area.