The design review application has been filed for a three-story residential infill at 2727 San Pablo Avenue in Southwest Berkeley, by the Alameda County waterfront. The project will replace a single-story commercial structure with four new homes. ISO Ideas, a San Francisco-based architecture firm, is responsible for the concept design.
The structure will rise 40 feet tall to yield 6,930 square feet. The four apartments are to be built for family households. Two off-street parking spaces will be included on the parcel.
Details about the architectural style are not revealed in the planning documents. The front and rear faces will consist of several open-air terraces. Other amenities will be the open space with a lightwell on the southern exposure and a backyard.
The property block is bound by San Pablo Avenue, Ward Street, Oregon Street, and Wallace Street. San Pablo Park, which features several sports fields, a community center, and a playground, is three blocks away. Residents will also be just seven minutes away from the Berkeley Bowl West grocery store by foot, in a shopping center with various other box stores and restaurants.
UCB Ellis LLC, linked with a Danville resident, is responsible for the project as the property owner. Rob Hu, a Santa Clara-based resident, is responsible for filing the application. An estimated construction timeline has not been established, with the project expected to cost around $3.5 million to complete.
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