The City of Oakland has approved development permits for a new seven-story apartment building at 424 28th street in Pill Hill, Oakland. The project will include market-rate and low-income housing within walking distance of the city’s downtown. Three Steps Properties LLC is the project developer.
New building permits have been filed for a multi-family residential building at 342 22nd Avenue in Outer Richmond, San Francisco. The permits propose constructing a three-story residence with four dwelling units. The project proposal also includes demolishing an existing two-story two-family dwelling. Richmond Partners LLC have purchase the property. The builders plan to include facade improvements and a make one of the proposed dwelling units ADA accessible. Paul Beamer Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
An 24-story mixed-use tower has topped out and is nearly halfway wrapped with its new facade at 2016 Telegraph Avenue in Uptown, Oakland. The building’s towering facade reaches over 180 feet above the ground, and adds 230 new apartments to the fast-changing neighborhood. The 200,000 square foot mixed-use building will include a ground floor residential lobby accompanied by retail space, and three levels of above grade parking.
Anton DevCo is poised to receive approval for Parcel D’s Final Development Permit along the Oakland waterfront. The proposed residential building will rise at One Ninth Avenue. Parcel D is part of the twelve-building Brooklyn Basin development master plan that is transforming an industrial portion of Oakland’s waterfront adjacent to the Jack London district. Anton DevCo is responsible for the development after purchasing the rights to develop in 2019. Signature Development and Reynolds & Brown manage the 3,100-unit masterplan for Brooklyn Basin.
The San Francisco Examiner has reported that the SFMTA Board of Directors expects major infrastructure work to be completed by March 31st for the city’s new Central Subway Project. The project is a 1.7-mile extension of the Muni Metro light rail’s T Third Line, adding four new light rail stations from SoMa to Chinatown, three of which will be underground. The existing light rail system has seven lines stopping at 120 different locations. The Central Subway Project has been in the works since the Federal Transit Administration approved preliminary engineering in 2002. The four stations are expected to begin operation in the Spring of 2022.