New pre-application permits have been filed for a mixed-use tower at 1261 Harrison Street in Downtown Oakland. The proposal is the third iteration by Pinnacle RED Group for the site, this time rising 22 floors with 207 multi-family dwelling units. Heller Manus Architects is responsible for the design.
Carmel Partners has unveiled Ever Green, a new permanent public art installation by Bay Area artist Taraneh Hemami. The 24-foot tall sculpture coincides with Carmel and Greystar announcing Atlas is 70% leased. Located at 385 14th Street in Downtown Oakland, the 40-story residential tower has added 633 rental units to the city.
New development permits have been filed for a five-story residential project at 578 7th Street in the southwest corner of Downtown Oakland. Construction would rise between Clay and Jefferson Street, adding dozens of new market-rate and affordable apartments to the Oakland housing market. Riaz Capital is responsible for the application.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 316 12th Street in downtown Oakland. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of a residential building with three additional levels above a double-story building. oWow Development is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Pre-application documents for a several-times proposed Museum of Jazz and Art have been accepted for review by the Oakland Planning Commission. The museum hopes to build on city-owned land at 1310 Oak Street, across from Lake Merritt in downtown Oakland. David Allen, the founder, CEO, and Board Chairman of the Museum of Jazz and Art and lead at Allen Architectural Engineer, is responsible for the crystalline design.