Reduced development permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 10550 International Boulevard by the southern border of Oakland, Alameda County. The project will rise six floors with 140 units of affordable and market-rate homes, a change from the last application for 207 affordable apartments. AMG & Associates is the project developer.
The proposal will include five levels of housing above a ground-level garage with parking for 70 cars. Of the 140 units, around 24% or 33 residences will be designated as affordable to lower-income households. Apartment sizes will vary with one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms. One unit will be reserved for an on-site residential manager.
Residential amenities include a fitness center, two courtyards, and a flexible-use space. The open space will have a playground, barbecues, and outdoor seating furniture. All five levels will offer a laundry room.
Previous plans were designed by AO, with landscape architecture by Thomas H. Phelps and civil engineering by Ruggeri-Jensen-Azar. The development is also the third phase of a project. Construction work has already finished for phase one, the affordable 324-unit Oakland Station Senior Housing community. Plans for the second-phase 69-unit affordable senior housing project have been approved.
AMG & Associates has yet to reply to a request for comment.