New renderings have been published for the ten-story residential infill at 2900 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The plan replaces two low-slung commercial structures with 221 new homes above shops, including about two dozen affordable homes. The ambitious NX Ventures developer is responsible for the application.
2900 Shattuck Avenue
New renderings have been revealed for a ten-story residential infill at 2900 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will have 221 apartments with some affordable housing across from the famous Berkeley Bowl grocery store. NX Ventures, an ambitious firm with nearly two thousand units and the tallest plans in the city pipeline, is the project developer.
New renderings have been revealed for 2900 Shattuck Avenue, a ten-story residential infill in South Berkeley. The recently-published plans come as the applicant, NX Ventures, aims to build over two thousand units across Berkeley’s downtown core. NX Ventures has seven active applications, all filed through Senate Bill 330, with a few more expected to be filed in the coming months.
New plans have been submitted for a ten-story mixed-use development at 2900 Shattuck Avenue, corner location by BART’s Ashby Station in South Berkeley. The proposal will create around 221 new homes in the East Bay by transit and the famed Berkeley Bowl Marketplace. NX Ventures is sponsoring the development.