Landsea Homes has announced the opening of Alameda Marina, a new townhome development along the Alameda waterfront facing Oakland. The project is part of a master plan that has reshaped the 43-acre area of former low-slung buildings and surface parking with townhomes, an apartment complex, and new public open space. Landsea has launched sales, with units starting under a million dollars.
Details plans have been published for the eight-story residential corner lot at 2100 Milvia Street in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will replace the two-story commercial building with 201 apartments, including three live-work units. 4Terra Investments is the project sponsor.
Recent permit activity shows plans are moving ahead to entitle a Life Sciences building at 2900 Harbor Bay Parkway in Alameda, Alameda County. The project would reshape a vacant 5.5-acre plot of waterfront land with a Research and Development building rather than the existing entitled plans for a Marriott Inn hotel. JLL is responsible for the property’s marketing.
New renderings have been revealed for the seven-story residential infill at 300 Mosley Avenue, located in the Admirals Cove residential community in Alameda, Alameda County. Carmel Partners, who purchased the former Navy housing site in 2017, is responsible for the application. The proposal will create 227 homes along with new public open space.
Less than one year after acquiring the waterfront property, Landsea Homes has broken ground on the townhomes component of Alameda Marina, a master-planned community with affordable housing in Alameda, across the water from Oakland and in view of Brooklyn Basin. The development, designed by KTGY, will create 182 townhomes, with sales starting later this year.