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Fruitvale Village, a Transit-Oriented Residential Project, Moves into The Second Phase

Fruitvale Village Corner at 35th and East 12thFruitvale Village Corner at 35th and East 12th

Applications have been submitted seeking the development of a transit-oriented project in Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of three four-story residential complexes and a five-story parking garage.

The Unity Council is the project sponsor and Signature Properties is the developer. BART owns the project site.

Fruitvale Village Corner at 37th and East 12th

Fruitvale Village Corner at 37th and East 12th

The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 3.4 acres. Named The Fruitvale Village, the project proposes to bring 275 residential units into three four-story complexes, along with 277 parking spaces into a five-story parking garage. The parking structure will span over an area of 111,100 square feet and the three residential buildings will range from 101,000 to 115,000 square feet in area.

The existing BART parking lot and associated landscaping will be removed from the project site. The proposed project will be constructed in four phases. The parking structure will be constructed during Phase 1, and three four‐story residential buildings will be constructed during Phases 2 through 4.

The project is moving into phase two. The project site is located adjacent to the Fruitvale BART station, bound by 35th and 37th Avenues, East 12th Street, and BART tracks.

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1 Comment on "Fruitvale Village, a Transit-Oriented Residential Project, Moves into The Second Phase"

  1. Matt in Uptown | June 23, 2022 at 10:37 am | Reply

    What a missed opportunity! TOD with 1 for 1 parking. Wow! They’ve chosen to reserve space for people who drive to BART instead of making space for people to live next to BART? This sh*t is why people are done with the Bay Area. We’re no longer Austin where you can drive until you can afford a home and we still refuse to embrace the natural next step in our region’s evolution which is into a sort of Copenhagen or Amsterdam by the Bay. So frustrating. It’s so frustrating that uber Woakland still does not address climate change like it’s knocking on our door!

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