Construction has finished for the forty-story tower at 385 14th Street in Downtown Oakland. Completed this year, the Atlas is now the second tallest building in the city and the tallest apartment building in Oakland at 400 feet. It includes 633 units on top of 17,350 square feet of retail. Carmel Partners is the developer, with Greystar managing the marketing and leasing.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
KTGY Architects have filed preliminary planning permits for a new seven-story residential building at 905 North Capitol Avenue in Alum Rock, San Jose. The project will provide a significant residential addition to an area with existing mid-density projects, public transit, and large retail shops nearby.
Recent permits have shown activity for developing an eight-story affordable housing project at 21 North 21st Street in Roosevelt Park, within walking distance from Downtown San Jose. The development will produce 79 affordable housing units and one manager’s apartment. The First Community Housing organization is responsible for the project, known as the Roosevelt Park Apartments.
Development permits have been filed and approved for a six-story residential development at 2116 Brush Street in Ralph Bunche, West Oakland. The project will transform a currently vacant parcel on Downtown Oakland’s border and just under fifteen minutes walk from the 19th Street Oakland BART station. Oak Brook Partners is responsible for the development, dubbed Villa Oakland.
Berkeley’s Design Review Committee is expected to approve a new three-story medical facility at 800 Dwight Way, just blocks from the waterfront Aquatic Park in industrial Southwest Berkeley. The project, dubbed Building 69, is to house phases two and three of Bayer’s Cell Culture Technology Center. PM Group is responsible for the design and project management.