Pre-application documents for a several-times proposed Museum of Jazz and Art have been accepted for review by the Oakland Planning Commission. The museum hopes to build on city-owned land at 1310 Oak Street, across from Lake Merritt in downtown Oakland. David Allen, the founder, CEO, and Board Chairman of the Museum of Jazz and Art and lead at Allen Architectural Engineer, is responsible for the crystalline design.
A project review meeting has been scheduled for a large-scale Google project in Mountain View. The project proposal includes 1,000 plus residential units, including affordable housing, office space, and retail space. Google Inc is the project applicant. Lendlease is the project developer. SERA Architects is responsible for the master planning, and HASSEL is managing the urban design. Landscaping is managed by CMG.
New building permits have been filed for a single-unit house at 6381 Girvin Drive in Piedmont Pine, an affluent residential neighborhood in the Oakland Hills north of the Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park. John Newton is responsible for the design and architecture.
Construction has topped out with facade work underway for the future Marriott at 1431 Jefferson Street in Downtown Oakland. The structure will become a new 276-key hotel less than five minutes from the 12th Street/Oakland BART Station. Hawkins Way Capital is responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a twenty-four-unit residential project at 1900 Diamond Street in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of four single-family homes and twenty condominiums on the site. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design concepts and construction.