Development permits have been filed for a residential in-fill at 868 36th Street in Longfellow, Oakland. The project would fill a vacant parcel with two single-family dwellings. Union City-based design studio Cheryl Lima will be responsible for the design.
The 25-foot tall project will create two units creating over 4,400 square feet of floor area. Each unit will include a single-car garage spanning 210 square feet, three bedrooms, three baths, an office, and a rear outdoor deck. Lot one will include 3,000 square feet of built area, with lot two spanning 3,040 square feet.
The facades will be clad with stucco and Hardie fiber-cement board siding.
The property is located between I-580 and West MacArthur Boulevard. The MacArthur BART station will be just 13 minutes away by foot for future residents. The city center itself is just half an hour away on foot, or less than 15 minutes via AC Transit.
Cooper Chee and Steven Brandeberry is responsible for the development as the property owner. An estimated cost and timeline for construction have not yet been announced.