The mixed-use wellness center at 1245 McKay Avenue in West Alameda has made progression. The project proposal includes the development of a two-story primary care facility with onsite amenities. The project will provide medical beds, patient care, and residential amenities within an existing senior housing building. The new construction will happen alongside permanent supportive housing, though under separate permits.
Alameda Point Collaborative is the property owner. Equity Community Builders is the project developer. Ankrom Moisan Architects is responsible for the design.
The project application proposes the certificate of occupancy of the primary care facility that spans an area of 29,810 square feet. The care facility will offer dining services on the first floor spanning an area of 16,180 square feet. Temporary housing services will be provided on the second floor, comprising of 50 beds, measuring an area of 13,630 square feet.
The submitted application also includes plumbing, mechanical, and electric work on the project. The previously reported article chalks out the details of the design. The forty-foot structure will offer recuperative care for residents with complex conditions or nearing their death. The facility will include a dining room, resource center, and multi-purpose space at ground level. A staircase will move from opposite the waiting room up to the second floor, with a wide-open space beside communal living rooms.
Construction is expected to cost $36 million.