The City of Emeryville is sponsoring an affordable housing development at 5890-6150 Christie Avenue next to Christie Park and close to the city’s Amtrak Station. Later this week, the Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for the three-structure infill designed by David Baker Architects. EAH Housing is the project’s developer.
CA Ventures has withdrawn plans for their 14-story life sciences building at 5850 Shellmound Way in Emeryville, Alameda County. The move comes as the life science market has been slowing down across the Bay Area, and many new projects are coming online in the coming years.
The Emeryville Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for the four-story residential project at 1225 65th Street in Emeryville, Alameda County. The plans will replace a vacant parcel of land with 24 new homes. Athan Magganas is the property owner.
The City of Emeryville’s Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans tonight for the Bay Center Life Sciences expansion at 6425-6475 Christie Avenue, Alameda County. The development will expand the three-structure campus with a new mixed-function building and a new 596-car garage. Harvest Properties is the property owner.
The Final Development Plan has been published for the Emeryville Public Market, a life sciences development in Emeryville, Alameda County. The master vision includes a 160-foot office block, a garage, and a new public park connected to Amtrak with an elevated walkway. The proposal is a joint development by Oxford Properties and City Center Realty Partners.