Development permits have been filed for a five-story affordable housing building at 1003 East 15th Street in Merritt, Oakland. The project, to be called Dr. Kenneth Anderson Senior Living, will build on the surface parking lot of Williams Chapel Baptist Church with 68 affordable homes and replacement parking for the church. Eden Housing is the project sponsor.
Plans for a new mixed-income tower overlooking Lake Merritt have been dashed. Oakland’s City Council voted 5-3 to reject plans to sell the city-owned vacant parcel at 101 East 12th Street to UrbanCore. The Richmond-based developer proposed building a 360-unit residential development with a mix of market-rate and low-income housing in Merritt, across from Downtown Oakland.
A density bonus request has been filed for a new multi-family mixed-use project proposed at 347 East 18th Street, Merritt, Oakland. The project proposal includes a four-story building offering residential and commercial space along with onsite parking. Plans call for the demolition of an existing one-story vacant commercial building. Arris Studio Architects is manning the design concepts and construction.
Building permits have been issued for four-structure residential development at 825 6th Avenue by the Merritt neighborhood in Oakland. The issuing paves the way for upcoming construction to add 15 new townhome units to the East Bay housing market. Riaz Capital is responsible for the development.
New renderings have been revealed alongside development permits for a proposed four-story apartment building at 347 East 18th Street in Oakland’s Merritt neighborhood, on the bottom east corner of Lake Merritt. The project would create 27 units, of which three will be sold as affordable low-income housing. Arris Studio Architects is managing the project and design.