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Pre-Application Filed for 3751 International Boulevard, Fruitvale, Oakland

3751 International Boulevard view from International Boulevard and 37th Avenue, massing by KTGY Architects3751 International Boulevard view from International Boulevard and 37th Avenue, massing by KTGY Architects

New plans have been filed for Villa Fruitvale, a 100% affordable residential infill planned for 3751 International Boulevard in Fruitvale, Oakland. The project will replace a few single-story commercial structures and a surface parking lot with 180 new homes, all for affordable housing. Oakbrook Partners is responsible for the application.

3751 International Boulevard podium topping amenity deck, floor plan by KTGY Architects

3751 International Boulevard podium topping amenity deck, floor plan by KTGY Architects

The 81-foot tall structure will yield around 150,000 square feet, with 118,030 square feet for residential space, 6,000 square feet for retail, and 7,080 square feet for amenities. Parking will be included for 88 vehicles.

3751 International Boulevard seen from 38th Avenue and East 12th Street, massing by KTGY Architects

3751 International Boulevard seen from 38th Avenue and East 12th Street, massing by KTGY Architects

Initial planning documents show that of 174 units, there will be 94 studios, 35 one-bedroom units, 20 two-bedroom units, and 25 three-bedroom units. That leaves six unaccounted units. Apartments will be between 400 and 1,380 square feet in size, averaging 678 square feet each.

KTGY Architects is responsible for the design. Detailed renderings have not yet been revealed, though previous work by the international architecture firm suggests the final product will be a well-balanced podium building clad with fiber cement, metal, and possible stucco.

3751 International Boulevard vertical cross-section, elevation by KTGY Architects

3751 International Boulevard vertical cross-section, elevation by KTGY Architects

The project will span 0.87 acres across three parcels, addressed as 3751 International Boulevard, 375 38th Avenue, and 1224-1233 37th Avenue. Demolition will be required.

3751 International Boulevard, aerial view from Google Satellite

3751 International Boulevard lot, roughly outlined based on planning documents by SFYIMBY, aerial view from Google Satellite

The subject area is bound by 37th and 38th Avenues, between International Boulevard and East 12th Street. The Fruitvale BART Station is just five minutes away from the property by foot, with a 12-minute train ride directly into Downtown Oakland. AC Transit buses will also give residents a direct commute from Fruitvale across the East Bay waterfront.

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4 Comments on "Pre-Application Filed for 3751 International Boulevard, Fruitvale, Oakland"

  1. disappointing to see so many studios/1bdrms, and not more family units. this is a family neighborhood. and if you look on craigslist or apartments.com, this area is flush with studios/1bdrms.

  2. Good location and since “The Fruitvale BART Station is just five minutes away from the property by foot, with a 12-minute train ride directly into Downtown Oakland. AC Transit buses will also give residents a direct commute from Fruitvale across the East Bay waterfront” Save some money saved and possibly make room for more family oriented (3 bedroom units) by eliminating the non needed car spaces. Thanks

  3. Not enough parking. These people building these apartments are crazy thinking that people don’t want vehicles as well. The new Casa Arabella apartments have the same problem and there’s multiple issues with people blocking driveways of businesses and homes in the neighborhood. People have some weird idea that everyone is okay with an escooter and bike.

  4. I can tell you that home owners on 37th and 38th Ave are not pleased. I’m sure you can see why if you look hard enough and have an ounce of empathy. Why not build market rate units here? We need those too. Why put all low income housing in a lower income neighborhood? Parking and traffic is going to be a total nightmare and the homes across the way from this behemoth will live perpetually in its shadow. Bye bye sun! I really feel for long time residents in Fruitvale and the shift all of this high density, low income housing may bring. Is there a long term plan for management of this place so in years to come it doesn’t become a dilapidated, crime infested, eye sore? Is this just some money making scheme masquerading as a “do good” project? Whose pockets are being lined? I hope this has not been officially approved. Crime has gone up in the neighborhood since the development that has gone in at BART and they’re building another huge building there.

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