Development permits have been issued for the supportive housing portion of 821 Pine Street in West Oakland. Holliday Development is responsible for the project. Lowney Architecture is responsible for the designs, with David Baker Architects leading the master development plan. Miller Company is responsible for landscape architecture.
Lenders have taken over property ownership of 500 Kirkham Street in West Oakland, Alameda County. Back in 2019, the city approved plans by Panoramic Interests for a mixed-use complex with 1,032 units plus retail across a 32-story tower and two mid-rises. However, the developer struggled to get financing for the project during the pandemic and defaulted on its $6.25 million loan for the city earlier this year.
A new senior housing project has been proposed for development at 1904 Adeline Street in West Oakland. The project proposal includes the construction of a new four-story affordable senior housing community. The project calls for the demolition of two existing buildings on the site. The site was formerly home to the Friendship Christian Center. Geral Agee Ministries and the Friendship Community Development Corporation are listed as the property owners. Kodama Diseno Architects is responsible for the designs. Tanaka Design Group is the landscape architect.
A new zoning application has been submitted for a new affordable senior housing project and church at 793 West Grand Avenue in West Oakland, Alameda County. The proposal will create 101 apartments above a new home for Joshua Christian Church, which currently occupies the existing religious facility on the corner of Grand Avenue and West Street.
Illustrations have been published for the 2.5 acres of vacant land around the historic 16th Street Train Station in West Oakland, Alameda County. The development, dubbed Signal House, would be the fifth townhome-style development by the abandoned station in Oakland’s Prescott neighborhood, this time adding 90 homes. City Ventures is the project developer.