A meeting has been scheduled to review the proposed development at 5200 Broadway in Oakland. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of the project site that currently houses the California College of Arts campus. Plans call for the demolition of ten buildings on the site.
Arts Campus LLC is the project applicant. California College of the Arts is the property owner. Emerald Fund and Equity Community Builders are the project developers.
The project site will be redeveloped as a 510 unit Planned Unit Development (PUD). The project will bring two buildings ranging 45 feet to 90 feet in height. The first building will be a mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. The second building will be a residential building offering apartments and onsite parking. The first building will offer 248 residential units and commercial space spanning an area of 6,892 square feet. Where as, the second building will feature 262 residential units and parking for vehicles and 262 bikes on the site.
Plans call for the preservation and renovation of Carriage House (2,612 square feet), Macky Hall (7,700 square feet), Macky lawn (10,718 square feet), the entry staircase, gate, Broadway wall, view corridor and art icons within the Treadwell Estate Landmark Designation. Private open space spanning 29,310 square feet and public event space within the open space (14,263 square feet) will be developed on the premises.
Various design alternative have been proposed and the meeting scheduled will review the design guidelines for demolition and redevelopment of the campus. Construction is anticipated to occur from 2024-2026. The meeting has been scheduled for 5 PM, details which can be found here.