The City of Oakland has officially approved plans for the 40-story residential tower at 1431 Franklin Street in Downtown Oakland. The proposal is poised to become the tallest skyscraper in Oakland, rising just nine feet taller than the Ordway Building. Tidewater Capital is the developer.
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Plans for a 40-story residential tower in Downtown Oakland are moving forward now that a neighboring business owner has dropped an appeal following an agreement with the city. The proposal would bring 381 units to what is currently a surface parking lot at 1431 Franklin Street in the heart of the urban core. Tidewater Capital is the project developer.
The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled to review the two project plans for 1431 Franklin Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The property, less than half an acre, could produce nearly half a million square feet of office space or 381 new homes. For now, Tidewater Capital is pursuing entitlements for both versions, each with a different design.
New renderings have been published for the skyscraper redevelopment of 1431 Franklin Street in Downtown Oakland. The developer is applying for the entitlement of housing or offices for the site in two separate applications. LA-based Large Architecture is responsible for the design.
New renderings have been published ahead of a public meeting for 1431 Franklin Street, a high-rise project in Downtown Oakland. The Oakland Design Review Committee will be presented with a residential and office concept for the property tomorrow. The applications are led by San Francisco-based Tidewater Capital and the Los Angeles-based Large Architecture.