Plans have been revealed for a five-story mixed-use development at 990 34th Street, located between San Pablo Avenue and Market Street in West Oakland. The project, titled the Brubeck Building, would replace an existing two-story apartment building with 44 new homes. Gunkel Architecture is managing the design.
New building permits have been filed for the four-story residential infill at 2400 Adeline Street in McClymonds, West Oakland. The permits come with a design update by KTGY, the project architect, and the loss of one unit, now proposing to build 28 homes. Signature Development Group is the developer.
New development permits have been filed for the proposed six-story senior housing project at 3135 San Pablo Avenue in West Oakland. The application will create 73 affordable units built by Satellite Affordable Housing Associates. Saint Mary’s Center is the property owner, filing through 967 32nd Street Associates LLC.
Construction work is underway on the three-story residential infill at 2242 Magnolia Street in McClymonds, West Oakland. Crews are hoping to finish work this year, adding 65 new units to the city’s housing market. Riaz Capital is responsible for the development.
Aerial renderings have been provided for the West Oakland Mandela BART Station development, spanning 5.58 acres around 1451 7th Street. The development hopes to create new homes, a life science laboratory, thriving retail, and a network of public open spaces to reshape former surface parking into a new urban heart for the burgeoning area. The project is a joint development dubbed CHEC-SUDA-Hensel Phelps.