The Oakland Planning Commission has given public notice for developers to submit plans for 1911 Telegraph Avenue, Downtown Oakland. Previously called Uptown Parcel 4, the 1.04-acres of undeveloped land could see the construction of a new mixed-use apartment complex with hundreds of apartments. The noticing period will end on January 4th of 2022.
New renderings have been published ahead of a public meeting for 1431 Franklin Street, a high-rise project in Downtown Oakland. The Oakland Design Review Committee will be presented with a residential and office concept for the property tomorrow. The applications are led by San Francisco-based Tidewater Capital and the Los Angeles-based Large Architecture.
Development permits have been filed to convert the single-unit Victorian home at 608 21st Street into six new apartments. The development will create new housing along the northern reaches of Downtown Oakland. Junction Properties is responsible for the application.
Holliday Development has filed a new building permit for the five-story residential development addressed 2121 Wood Street in West Oakland. The application comes after the developer filed for an extension in late-2020, and withdrew permits earlier this year. If built, the project will add 235 new apartments to the city.
City Council recently approved a housing project proposed at 578 7th Street in Downtown, Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story building featuring 57 residential units. Plans call for the demolition of the existing vacant single-story 6,000-square foot commercial structure, occupied by La Borinqueña, a ‘Mexi-catessen’ grocery and bakery store. Riaz Capital is the project applicant. Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects is responsible for the design concepts. Plea Partners LLC is the property owner.