A preliminary application has been submitted to review a proposed residential project on Carroll Street in Ivy Hill, Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of a mini-lot development on an existing up-slope vacant lot. Zachary Heineman is the project applicant. Team Projects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Since SFYIMBY’s last site visit in late January, facade installation has topped out with interior work underway on 277 27th Street in Northgate-Waverly, just north of downtown Oakland. Referred to as 24th and Harrison, the apartment building will bring 405 apartments and 65,000 square feet of ground-level retail. Holland Partner Group is responsible for the development.
Preliminary development permits have been filed to propel the Mandela Station project at West Oakland BART development located at 1451 7th Street in West Oakland. Development agreement and a preliminary application for future changes to the building height and approved uses have been submitted. San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District is the property owner. JRDV Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Demolition permits have been filed to clear four buildings to make way for the 16-story mixed-use project at 2359 Harrison Street in Northgate Waverly, Oakland. Just two blocks from Oakland’s current tallest building at One Kaiser Plaza, 2359 Harrison is part of a slow contemporary expansion of Oakland’s central business district. The project will add 330 new dwelling units with some affordable units to the East Bay housing market.
The Oakland Planning Commission is scheduled tomorrow to review plans for a new 400-student charter high school at 1045 Derby Avenue in Fruitvale, Oakland. The applicant is Education for Change Public Schools, a charter management organization operating six separate schools with over three thousand students in Fruitvale and Elmhurst. Construction will replace the former campus for Epic Charter middle school, which operated between 2014 and 2018 before city orders led to an abrupt closure.