The Emeryville Planning Commission will study plans Thursday for three stocky towers overlooking the Eastshore Freeway at 1650 65th Street. If built, the project would create 144 apartments along with commercial space for offices and laboratories. Longfellow Real Estate Partners is responsible for the application.
Emeryville Planning Commission has scheduled a project study session for new construction at 6200 Shellmound Street, Emeryville. The project proposal includes the development of a new building for commercial, residential, and office use which will be a part of Emeryville Public Market. Emeryville Holdings LLC is the project applicant. TCA Architects and Hart Howerton are managing the design concept and construction.
A proposal study session is upcoming for reviewing a project at 4700, San Pablo, Emeryville. The project proposal enlists the demolition of commercial industrial buildings and the construction of a new mixed-use structure. A & W Industries is the property owner. Brick is managing the design concept and construction.
Emeryville Planning Commission will be conducting a third study session to review a proposal for a new four-story building at 1225 65th Street, Emeryville. The project proposal consists of a residential complex with twenty-four units with on-site parking. The project requires a major design review, a conditional use permit for 100 bonus points, a variance to eliminate the required three-foot setback on the west side of the property, and a tree removal permit for a tree on 65th Street to provide sidewalk improvements.
Development plans have been approved for constructing the BioMed Emeryville Center of Innovation at 5300 Chiron Way, Emeryville. The project proposal includes the demolition of two existing buildings and surface parking and the construction of four new multi-tenant research and development buildings as a part of the implementation of the Emeryville Life Sciences Center Planned Unit Development (PUD), also referred to as The Chiron.