A new residential project has been approved for development at 3765-3789 Castro Valley Boulevard in Alameda County. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use condominium project with townhomes, accessory dwelling units, and retail space. The project will be developed at the former “Tra-Tel” mobile home park. City Ventures is the project developer. Fourner Design Studio (FDS) is responsible for the design concepts.
Partial demolition is the likely fate for the California Theatre at 2113 Kittredge Street in Downtown Berkeley. The over century-old theater was closed last year as the property owners now look to redevelop with housing, and reporting suggests the project could be around fifteen stories tall. Gilbane Development is sponsoring the project.
Less than a month after YIMBY covered new renderings, the Oakland Design Review Committee is scheduled to review plans for 1919 Webster Street in Downtown Oakland. The meeting, scheduled for today at 3 PM, will review plans for two projects rising either 280 or 400 feet high. Ellis Partners is responsible for the application.
The Oakland Design Review Committee is scheduled to review plans for senior housing at 51 9th Street in Downtown Oakland this afternoon. The project, dubbed Building B, is part of Lake Merritt BART Station Development Phase One, which will reshape surfacing parking with hundreds of homes. The master plan is being developed by a joint venture with Strada Investment Group and the Oakland-based East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation.
Construction is wrapping up for Berkeley’s largest 100% affordable housing project at 2012 Berkeley Way. The project, dubbed Berkeley Way, will add a mix of affordable housing, permanent supportive housing, and a new 44-bed shelter. BRIDGE Housing and the Berkeley Food & Housing Project are jointly responsible for the development.