New plans have been filed for new single-family housing on four mini-lots from 4035 Park Boulevard in Oakland’s Trestle Glen neighborhood. The plans will replace a vacant corner lot with four new units, representing a minor density increase from neighboring residences. Workshop1 is the project architect and applicant sponsor.
The property is located at the corner of Park Boulevard and Hampel Street, across from the Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church. Future residents will be near some shops further north along Park. Dimond Park will be just 15 minutes away on foot.
Workshop1 is the project and landscape architect for the project. The modern design shows a refined residential style, with flat white exterior walls and a gable roof with a shed-style dormer. Facade materials will include cement panel siding, vertical wood, and asphalt shingle roofing. The plans will split the 0.21-acre corner property into four lots. A 2.5-story single-unit house will occupy each mini lot with a single-car garage, vehicular access to the street, and a private patio with pavers and turf grass.
Sandis is consulting as the civil engineer, and Walnut Creek-based Nellie Ingraham Structural Engineer is consulting for structural engineering. The Lau Trust owns the property, and the estimated timeline and cost for construction have yet to be established.