The same month that demolition work started for the state’s tallest mass timber tower, oWow revealed renderings for the second phase of construction on the same block. 1523 Harrison Street is set to be developed with an identically-tall timber tower. The proposal would replace a nearly half-acre surface parking lot with 269 homes in Downtown Oakland.
New renderings have been revealed for Sunnydale Block 9, an affordable housing component of the mixed-income Sunnydale Hope SF project in Visitacion Valley, San Francisco. The project will create 95 new homes ranging from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms at 178 Brookdale Avenue. Related Companies and Mercy Housing are co-sponsoring the development.
A new mixed-use project has been proposed for development at 2136-2154 San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley. The project proposal includes the development of a new six-story mixed-use building offering residential spaces, live-work units, parking, and onsite amenities. Trachtenberg Architects is managing the design concept and construction of the project. San Pablo Investors Two, LLC is the project applicant and property owner.
A preliminary application has been filed for a new mixed-use infill at 1776-1790 University Avenue in Central Berkeley, Alameda County. The project will replace three existing structures with 17 units, including two affordable units. Alameda-based Wang Brothers Investment is responsible for the application.
Plans have been revealed for a new Squash sporting facility at 3422 Elm Street on Pill Hill, Oakland. The project will create nine squash courts, classrooms, and a gathering area to be managed by the local non-profit, SquashDrive. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects will be responsible for the design.