OAKLAND — A brand new housing highrise is being eyed in downtown Oakland, a undertaking that would deliver a whole bunch of houses to the city core of the East Bay’s largest metropolis.
The undertaking is being deliberate at 1261 Harrison St. in downtown Oakland, paperwork filed with metropolis planners present.
The housing tower could be an estimated 22 tales excessive, in accordance with the proposal. The event would characteristic 207 residential models.
At current, the location consists of a one-story business constructing with a number of small tenants, a assessment of Google maps reveals.
Pinnacle RED Group, a San Jose-based growth firm, has proposed the undertaking, in accordance with the town data. The location is owned by HC Harrison, which has company ties to Pinnacle RED, Hengshan Corp. and Solaia Growth, enterprise data present.
The builders intend to renovate an current constructing on the web site so retail models could possibly be supplied on the bottom flooring of the undertaking.
If constructed, the undertaking is also used to activate an alleyway by including an area for out of doors eating, consuming and gatherings, the town plan units present.
In 2017, Pinnacle RED had proposed a 36-story tower on the web site, consisting of houses, places of work and retail. Had it been constructed, the undertaking would have been Oakland’s tallest constructing on the time.
However in 2019, Pinnacle determined to scrap the proposal and by no means acquired a metropolis Planning Fee vote on the undertaking. The developer went again to the drafting board.
The brand new undertaking might embrace 125 one-bedroom models, 72 two-bedroom domiciles and 10 three-bedroom models.