New plans have been filed with a minor residential capacity increase for 419 4th Street in Oakland, Alameda County. The revisions will not increase the size or design of the eight-story building, rising in the city’s waterfront Jack London Square neighborhood. Smart Growth is the project owner.
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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.
A new mixed-use project has been approved for development at 419 4th Street in Jack London Square, Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of an eight-story mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. The site formerly housed the H&L Noodle Factory, and the new building will maintain the original first floor facade. Smart Growth is the project owner. Lowney Architecture is the project architect.
The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on a second extension request for approved entitlements to a six-story hotel at Parcel F3 along the Jack London Square waterfront. The project was first approved in March of 2018, and the entitlement received an extension in 2019 that was increased during the pandemic following the city’s Emergency Order Number 6. CIM Group is the project developer.
Plans have been filed for a new eight-story residential infill at 100 2nd Street in Oakland’s waterfront Jack London Square neighborhood. The preliminary application shows the vacant property will be transformed into 53 new homes, including affordable housing. R2 Building, the same firm responsible for the 39-story application at 2044 Franklin Street, is listed as the project developer.