New permits have been filed with expanded plans for the mixed-use tower at 1510 Webster Street, Downtown Oakland. While the city had original approved plans for a 182-unit tower, the developer is now to build 222 new residences, of which 35 will be affordable. oWOW is responsible for the development and design.
Demolition permits have been filed for the existing four-story building at 1510 Webster Street to make a new 19-story mixed-use high-rise. The application comes after the planning commission approved the 182-unit affordable housing proposal in March of this year. oWOW is responsible for the development and design, operating through 1510 Webster Street LLC.
A 19-story mixed-use proposal for 1510 Webster Street is heading to Oakland’s Design Review Committee next Wednesday. If approved, the project will add 182 units to a lot currently occupied by a low-slung commercial structure and surface parking in Downtown Oakland. The project is being designed and developed by oWOW through 1510 Webster LLC.