Hines has reportedly halted plans for the 39-story office tower at 415 20th Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. The proposal would have become the tallest structure in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco, but the struggling real estate market has pushed the prominent developer away. Now, the site is being offered as a future home for a new BART Police Headquarters.
415 20th Street
Plans for the tallest development in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco have passed a new milestone. Demolition permits are filed for the four-story structure at 415 20th Street in Downtown Oakland. The property is where Hines has proposed a 39-story office skyscraper, with design by architecture firm Pickard Chilton.
The 10th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 415 20th Street, a proposed office tower in Downtown Oakland. If constructed, the 622-foot tall skyscraper will rise to be the tallest building in California outside of San Francisco and Los Angeles. Hines is responsible for the 622-foot proposal.
The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on plans for 415 20th Street in Downtown Oakland, a 38-story office building poised to be the largest building in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco. City Staff has recommended the commission give approval, subject to conditions, in tomorrow’s 3 PM meeting. The decision will be appealable to the city council. Hines is responsible for the 622-foot proposal.
Oakland’s Design Review Committee is scheduled to review updated designs for what could become the tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area outside of San Francisco. The 623-foot office tower will rise at 415 20th Street, two hundred feet higher than the current tallest building in Downtown Oakland, the Ordway Building. Hines is the project developer.