The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled to review reduced plans for the former Oakland Campus for the California College of Arts at 5200 Broadway in Rockridge, Alameda County. The residential capacity has been reduced from 510 to 448 units while preserving the Treadwell Estate with Macky Hall, and the Carriage House. Emerald Fund and Equity Community Builders are the project sponsors.
California College of the Arts
Steel and wood have started to rise for the California College of the Arts expansion at 1140 7th Street in San Francisco. The new facilities, named Double Ground, allow CCA to close its Oakland campus and consolidate into the Design District neighborhood with a new landmark addition designed by the renowned Chicago-based architecture firm, Studio Gang. The new construction will integrate exposed concrete and mass timber within a new creative complex at the core of the urban campus.
A meeting has been scheduled to review the proposed development at 5212 Broadway in Oakland. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of the project site that currently houses the California College of Arts campus. Plans call for the demolition of ten buildings on the site. Arts Campus LLC is the project applicant. California College of the Arts is the property owner.
A new academic campus has been proposed at 1140 7th Street in Design District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new campus for California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Studio Gang is responsible for the design concepts.
Conceptual and architectural plans are under review for new buildings at California College of the Arts (CCA) Oakland campus at 5200 Broadway, Oakland. The project proposal includes the demolition of ten buildings and the construction of two new buildings along with other campus facilities. The proposal also includes changes in the landscaped areas on campus. CCA is the property owner. Solomon Cordwell Buenz Architects and Jensen Architects have teamed to draft the conceptual plans, design, and are responsible for the construction.