New plans have been filed for an affordable housing project at 2301 Telegraph Avenue in Northgate-Waverly, Oakland. The seven-story proposal will replace a single-story commercial building with 58 homes. Mithun is listed as the project architect.
Along with 58 units, the 78-foot tall project will provide on-site residential supportive services, community-based arts programming, and 4,970 square feet of commercial space.
The project is close to Downtown Oakland, just one block away from the recently-opened Moxy Hotel at 2225 Telegraph Avenue, designed by Lowney Architecture. Residents will be just seven minutes away from the 19th Street Oakland BART Station on foot and ten minutes from the city’s central open space around Lake Merritt.
The development will seek ministerial streamlining with California Senate Bill 35, authored by State Senator Scott Weiner. Previous iterations by Goense Capital for the project were filed in 2019 for just 30 homes with commercial space.
2301 Telegraph is being developed by Parcel Projects and McCormack Baron Salazar, with architecture by Mithun and Parcel Projects.
UPDATE: Story has been corrected to accurately reflect the project developer and architect for the most recent proposal.
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