Preliminary permits have been filed for a nine-story residential infill at 2847 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley. The proposal would create 112 new homes with some affordable units nearby mass transit and directly across from the city’s famed grocery destination, Berkeley Bowl. Trachtenberg Architects is listed as responsible for the design.
Expanded permits have been filed for a nine-story residential infill at 3000 Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley. The application marks a significant increase from plans filed by a different developer in 2017 for 23 co-living apartments. Now, NX Ventures has proposed building 156 new homes on the same corner lot, within walking distance from groceries, shops, AC Transit, and the Ashby BART Station.
New plans have been submitted for a ten-story mixed-use development at 2900 Shattuck Avenue, corner location by BART’s Ashby Station in South Berkeley. The proposal will create around 221 new homes in the East Bay by transit and the famed Berkeley Bowl Marketplace. NX Ventures is sponsoring the development.
Permits have been filed seeking the review of a new mixed-use development at 2902 Adeline Street in South Berkeley. The project proposal includes the construction of a six-story mixed-use building offering residential and commercial spaces. The project requires the demolition of one residential building and one mixed-use development. Realtex Apartments LLC is the project applicant and property owner. Trachtenberg Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
The building application has been filed for review for the six-story affordable housing proposal at 2001 Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley. The project is expecting to add 87 new units to the East Bay housing market, with twelve units reserved for formerly unhoused residents. RCD Housing is responsible for the development, which will be named Maudelle Miller Shirek Community Building in honor of the late activist, vice-mayor, and eight-term member of the city council.