The Oakland Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the final plans for Brooklyn Basin Parcel E, a seven-story senior housing project in Oakland, Alameda County. The building will establish the corner lot in the expansive waterfront masterplan by Signature Development Group. SRM Development is the developer for Parcel E.
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The Planning Commission has issued new building permits for 389 Ninth Avenue in Oakland’s waterfront development, Brooklyn Basin. The six-story building, also called Parcel A2, or Foon Lok East, will contribute 124 affordable housing units to the 3,700-unit masterplan. MidPen Housing Corporation is the building developer, with Signature Development Group responsible for the master plan.
A new rendering has been published ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Oakland’s Design Review Committee for Brooklyn Basin, a waterfront master-planned development. The request would expand the development’s residential capacity to hold 3,700 apartments, with over a hundred more boat slips. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is developing the project, with joint financing from Signature, Zarsion Holdings Group, and Reynolds & Brown.
A new site visit for SFYIMBY shows four complete apartments and two more rising at Brooklyn Basin, Oakland. The waterfront mixed-use development is expected to create 3,700 new homes across twelve buildings alongside new shops, a grocery store, and 30 acres of landscaped open space. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is the overall project developer.
New aerial photographs show significant progress since April of this year for Brooklyn Basin, a mixed-use development reshaping a former industrial section of the Oakland waterfront. Six apartment building sites are in stages of development, varying from foundational work starting to residents already moved in. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is developing the project, with joint financing from Signature, Zarsion Holdings Group, and Reynolds & Brown.