Construction has topped out with facade work underway for the future Marriott at 1431 Jefferson Street in Downtown Oakland. The structure will become a new 276-key hotel less than five minutes from the 12th Street/Oakland BART Station. Hawkins Way Capital is responsible for the development.
The St. Regis Museum Tower rises 484 feet over Yerba Buena Gardens to be the 36th tallest tower in the Bay Area planned or built. The mixed-use building has added 260 hotel rooms and 102 residential units to the San Francisco housing market in SoMa, along with the Museum for the African Diaspora. Skidmore Owings & Merrill is responsible for the design.
Construction has recently finished for a new Moxy Hotel at 2225 Telegraph Avenue in Downtown Oakland. Once open, the seven-story building will yield 72,615 square feet with 173 guest rooms and retail for the downtown Oakland market. Graves Hospitality is the project developer along with EJF Capital and Tidewater Capital.
Construction is nearly topped out for one of Berkeley’s tallest buildings, a 168-foot hotel at 2129 Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley. Crews have begun installing the windows and exterior insulation, while the concrete core is still exposed in lieu of the curtain wall feature at the corner of Shattuck and Center Street. A rooftop canopy remains to be installed before the project can be described as topped out. The development was proposed by Center Street Partners LLC. Pyramid Hotel Group manages the project and will operate the hotel once complete under the Residence Inn by Marriott brand.
Construction has topped out for the U-shaped five-story Element Hotel by Marriott, confirmed by a recent site visit to the property at 1130 Champions Drive in Newhall, San Jose. The new building will span 115,000 square feet, producing 175 guest rooms immediately opposite the San Jose Earthquakes soccer stadium and the city’s international airport. The project, led by Nexus Development, is part of a much larger mixed-use plan, the Coleman Highline.