The Oakland City Planning Commission has approved the multi-building mixed-use Mandela Station @ West Oakland BART development, which plans to bring 762 units to 1451 7th Street, West Oakland. The project, so named for surrounding West Oakland BART Station, will culminate with over 75,000 square feet of new park space, retail, 240 affordable houses, and 522 market-rate apartments inside the 320-foot residential tower. JRDV Architects is responsible for the design.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
Recently filed excavation permits show new movement for the 193-unit residential development planned for 65 Ocean Avenue in Mission Terrace, San Francisco. 48 units will be sold as affordable housing. The six-story building takes shape on top of a sloped irregularly shaped 40,500 square foot parcel. Presidio Bay Ventures is responsible for the development.
Construction is progressing for a new small-scale office infill at 340 11th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project will bring 24,990 additional square feet to an area known to attract tech start-ups. The four-story building rises 55 feet tall, providing extra ceiling space. Along with 14,775 square feet of office space, 4,350 square feet will be opened as ground-floor retail.
Plans for a new residential building at 907 North Capitol Avenue in the Berryessa Neighborhood have been brought to the San Jose Planning Commission. The proposal will demolish one single-family residence, divide the property into seven parcels, with six residential and one common area. Two buildings will be built, each containing three units. Elite Realty Services is responsible for the development, named the Berryesa Home Development.
Permits have been approved for nine new multi-family apartment buildings. The applications will build 74 units in sum as part of the nearly two-thousand unit Boulevard Dublin development in Dublin, Alameda County. Boulevard is a joint project with Brookfield and Lennar. For the permits most recently approved, Lennar is responsible.