Grosvenor has announced that the official groundbreaking has occurred for 1951 Shattuck Avenue, a new 12-story mixed-use project in Downtown Berkeley. The 163-unit development has received a $90 million construction loan from J.P. Morgan and aims to finish by the second quarter of 2024. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is the project architect.
1951 Shattuck Avenue
Updated renderings have been shared ahead of the final design review follow-up for 1951 Shattuck Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use proposal for Downtown Berkeley. The Alameda County project would create 163 new rental units to the city in desperate need of high-density housing. Grosvenor America is responsible for the development as the property owner.
Final design review is pending for a mixed-use project at 1951 Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the development 0f a residential complex with commercial and parking spaces. Plans also call for the demolition of two existing commercial buildings. Grosvenor America is the property owner. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design concepts and construction. PGA Design is the landscape architect.