Development permits have been approved for a residential project at 2400 Filbert Street in McClymonds, West Oakland. The proposal will replace a low-density commercial structure with 87 new apartments, including affordable units, for the Oakland housing market. TNP Real Estate Investments is responsible for the plan.
Major Design Review of floor plans and elevation of previously approved Conditional Use Permit for 2715 Adeline Street in West Oakland is under process. The project proposal includes the demolition of an industrial structure and the construction of new commercial development with work-live units. The developer plans to retain the brick facade of the existing structure, the Coast Sausage Company.
Recent photographs show significant progress has been made in phase one of the waterfront Brooklyn Basin development in Oakland since the last site visit by SFYIMBY. Groundbreaking has occurred for 845 Embarcadero, wood is rising for Parcel A, and a platform for future pedestrian space by Parcel J is taking shape. Oakland-based Signature Development Group is developing the project, with joint financing from Signature, China-based Zarsion Holdings Group, and Reynolds & Brown.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of new construction at 550 27th Street in Pill Hill, Oakland. The project proposal consists of a new five-story residential building with 40 units. The five-story structure will be constructed off-site and will feature a modular design built over a one-story podium.
Humphreys & Partners Architects is managing the design concepts and construction of the project. Accel Equity V, LLC is the project applicant.
New permits have been filed to revise plans for 2116 Brush Street in Ralph Bunche, West Oakland. The mixed-use proposal will now create 105 apartments, up from earlier plans to build 95 units as per our last coverage. Residents will find themselves just across from Interstate 980. The 19th Street BART Station is less than fifteen minutes away by foot. Oakbrook Partners is responsible for the development, dubbed Villa Oakland.