Development permits have been issued for the supportive housing portion of 821 Pine Street in West Oakland. Holliday Development is responsible for the project. Lowney Architecture is responsible for the designs, with David Baker Architects leading the master development plan. Miller Company is responsible for landscape architecture.
David Baker Architects
A ribbon cutting ceremony held earlier this week marked the grand opening of a supportive housing project at 2118 Sacramento Street in Vallejo. The project proposal includes the construction of modular homes offering 75 units of 100% permanent supportive housing to individuals and families experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. Eden Housing is the project developer, in partnership with James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
New renderings have been revealed for the North Berkeley BART Station redevelopment in Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will reshape a sea of surface parking with hundreds of homes, an extension of the Ohlone Greenway, and public open space. The detailed illustrations provide a comprehensive view of the proposed transit-oriented district.
San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans to increase the residential capacity of the Stonestown Galleria master plan. The new plan will create nearly 3,500 residences and reduce non-retail sales and service spaces. To add more housing, the plans for a hotel have been removed. Brookfield Properties is the developer, and the meeting is scheduled for this Thursday.
Oakland has approved plans for a new five-story affordable infill at 430 Broadway in the city’s Jack London neighborhood. The proposal is the first of three phases by Related Companies and the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation to redevelop the former county building and parking lot. This first structure will create 71 apartments above retail.