Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new mixed-use project at 430 Broadway in the Jack London district, Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of three buildings offering commercial spaces and up to 300 residential units at affordable rates. The project calls for the demolition of an existing four-story government building and associated surface parking on the site. Related Companies and East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) are the project developers. David Baker Architects is responsible for the design, with Y.A. Studio operating as the associate architect. EinwillerKuehl is responsible for landscape architecture.
The development permit has been filed along with new renderings for the 46-story 323 22nd Street, or Two Kaiser Plaza in Downtown Oakland. Town Tower, poised to become the tallest residential tower in Alameda County, will create 596 apartments alongside a dizzying 734-car garage. CIM Group is the project developer.
The San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for The Village SF, a proposed six-story housing and community center for Native Americans at 80 Julian Avenue in San Francisco’s Mission District. The meeting comes two weeks after former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi secured $750,000 from the Inflation Reduction Act for the project’s development. Friendship House Association of American Indians is the property owner.
Samuel Merritt University has secured a $139 million bond for constructing their proposed ten-story central campus at 525 12th Street in Downtown Oakland, Alameda County. Along with the bond, SMU is investing $120 million. The over quarter billion dollar investment keeps SMU on schedule for groundbreaking later this year, having received approval in November. Strada is the project developer.
Brookfield Properties has released new renderings for the $2 billion master plan to redevelop the surface parking of the Stonestown Galleria mall on the west side of San Francisco. The new illustrations compare current conditions at the mall with the proposal. The development would transform the retail center into a vibrant town center and neighborhood destination with housing and open space.