A preliminary design review is pending for a residential complex proposed at 300 Mosley Avenue in Alameda. The proposed project involves the development of a residential complex with additional units. Existing units will be demolished or replaced. Carmel Partners LLC is the property owner. Degen & Degen Architecture and Interior Design is managing the design concepts and construction.
Entitlement permits have been filed for 501 Mosley Avenue Block A, the first of several structures proposed in the North Housing Development Plan in Alameda. Block A will add 155 new apartments to the Alameda County housing market across two structures. The development team consists of a partnership with Alameda Housing Authority, Alameda Point Collaborative, and Building Futures.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project at 1777 Clement Avenue in Alameda. The project proposal includes the development of a multifamily residential project with amenities and parking space. Pacific Development is the project developer. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Governor Gavin Newsom sanctioned a $12 billion bill to tackle the housing affordability crisis. On July 19, 2021, in Sonoma County, Newsom highlighted his California Comeback Plan’s investments to propel the plans to construct affordable housing, helping tens of thousands of affected people in California.
Residential home builders Landsea Homes, announced today the acquisition of 182 homesites at the Alameda Marina master-planned community in Alameda, California. The project proposed at the site will offer townhomes for sale in two different neighborhoods. The city specifically designated Alameda Marina LLC for mixed-use redevelopment as well as multifamily housing.