Revised development permits have been approved for the four-story residential development at 2400 Filbert Street in West Oakland, Alameda County. The application will create 86 homes and ten work/live residences in an existing warehouse structure. TNP Real Estate Investments, led by a Danville-based individual, is the project sponsor.
The 55-foot tall structure will yield around 155,890 square feet, including 43,300 square feet for parking. Parking will be included for 89 cars and 72 bicycles. Unit sizes will vary with 14 one-bedrooms, 70 two-bedrooms, and two three-bedrooms. An additional ten apartments will be designated as work/live housing. The work/live residences will be built in the existing warehouse. Calichi Design Group is the civil engineer.
Levy Design Partners is responsible for contemporary-style design. Facade materials will include cement plaster, fiber lap siding, solid metal panels, and redwood panels for private balconies. The exterior will be surrounded by street trees, courtyard landscaping, and exterior lighting. The residential lobby faces 24th Street, with open halls connecting to close to the management office, fitness center, and amenity room.
Land Planning Concepts is the landscape architect. The plan includes a central courtyard on the second floor. The podium-top courtyard will include seating and social space surrounded by planters and trees. The nine ground-level units will include a small landscaped yard as a buffer between the sidewalk and the front door. Four homes will face Filbert Street, and five will face Myrtle Street.
2400 Filbert Street will rise across from the finished 126-unit townhouse development by City Ventures at 2210 Filbert and 2310 Myrtle Street.