New permits have been filed for a three-story apartment complex at 1010 91st Avenue in East Oakland, Alameda County. The proposal will replace some existing surface parking next to a church with eight homes. Lily of the Valley Christian Center is listed as the property owner.
Development permits have been approved for the six-story residential infill and market hall at 6955 Foothill Boulevard in East Oakland, Alameda County. The Liberation Park Residences and Market Hall will replace an unbuilt parcel with 120 affordable houses and a permanent location for the farmers market that operates on Liberation Park today. The filing was expedited thanks to Senate Bills 35 and 330.
Plans have been floated for a six-story affordable housing development on the Edward Shands Adult Education Center campus in East Oakland, Alameda County. The pre-application would add 113 apartments at 2455-2501 Church Street, including four dozen units of housing for the unhoused within three existing two-story structures. The Oakland Unified School District is the property owner.
Renderings have been published for the first market hall in East Oakland at 6955 Foothill Boulevard. The project will replace the 1.2-acre Liberation Park with a permanent home to the Akoma farmer’s market next to 120 affordable housing units. Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation is leading the project.
A new project featuring a Black cultural center and more than 100 affordable residences has been proposed at 6955 Foothill Boulevard in East Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of a cultural center honoring Black culture. The project will also offer residential and co-working spaces for the community. The property site is an empty lot.