New renderings have been revealed for a ten-story residential infill at 2900 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will have 221 apartments with some affordable housing across from the famous Berkeley Bowl grocery store. NX Ventures, an ambitious firm with nearly two thousand units and the tallest plans in the city pipeline, is the project developer.
The pre-application permit has been filed for the six-story residential infill at 2800 Telegraph Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The new filing comes with a new floor and three more units than the initial filing in June of last year. With 16 units, the proposal will replace a low-slung commercial structure with 16 large apartments. Trachtenberg Architects is responsible for the design.
Berkeley Design Review Committee is scheduled to review expanded plans for the residential infill at 3031 Adeline Street in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The seven-story iteration is now poised to create 64 apartments across from the Ashby BART Station. Athan Magganas is responsible for the project as the property owner.
New plans have been filed for a six-story residential infill at 3030 Telegraph Avenue in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The proposal will replace some low-slung structures and four vacant residences with 174 new apartments. Riaz Capital is the project owner and developer.
The pre-application has been filed for a five-story senior affordable housing project at 1708 Harmon Street in South Berkeley, Alameda County. The proposal will create 80 units just a few blocks from the Ashby BART Station. The Community Housing Development Organization of North Richmond is responsible for the application.