The largest affordable housing project in Berkeley opened its doors last week with an official ceremony for the Berkeley Way Apartments at 2012 Berkeley Way. The event launched the opening of low-income and permanent supportive units and the Hope Center, which now provides supportive services for residents and the community in the downtown urban center, with BART and AC Transit both nearby. The project is a joint venture with BRIDGE Housing and BFHP.
A new mixed-use project has been approved for development at 419 4th Street in Jack London Square, Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of an eight-story mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. The site formerly housed the H&L Noodle Factory, and the new building will maintain the original first floor facade. Smart Growth is the project owner. Lowney Architecture is the project architect.
New renderings have been published for the 25-story mixed-use building at 2190 Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will create some low-slung commercial structures with 326 apartments and street-level retail. Landmark Properties is sponsoring the project for property owner PGIM Real Estate.
Studio KDA has revealed to YIMBY new detailed plans for an eight-story mixed-use apartment building at 2480 Bancroft Way in Southside, Berkeley. The infill will produce 28 new homes across from the UC Berkeley Campus and near Telegraph Avenue. The team has submitted a pre-application to secure a streamlined approval process with Senate Bill 330.
A new residential project has been proposed for development at 3260 26th Street in the Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new six-story apartment building with onsite services. A single-story auto repair building from the 1950s is slated for demolition. Kerman Morris Architects is managing the design.