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Plans for a Seemingly Split 460-Foot-Tall Oakland Tower Revealed

Plans for a Seemingly Split 460-Foot-Tall Oakland Tower Revealed

The preliminary plans for a 374-foot-tall tower to rise at 1261 Harrison Street, at the corner of 13th in Downtown Oakland, have been scrapped. Instead, Pinnacle Red Group is now pushing forward with plans for a seemingly split 460-foot-tall tower to rise on the site, the formal application for... Read More »

700 Square Foot Berkeley Four-Bedrooms Slated To Be Approved

700 Square Foot Berkeley Four-Bedrooms Slated To Be Approved

The revised designs for a student-oriented, but not necessarily student occupied, development to rise up to six-stories in height on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, with room(s) for around 150 residents over 5,461 square feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space, could be approved by the City on Thursday. Dubbed ‘The Nexus,’... Read More »

Plans For Low-Slung Berkeley Shopping Center Show Potential

Plans For Low-Slung Berkeley Shopping Center Show Potential

Plans to redevelop the 30,000-square-foot Bancroft Center retail complex, across the street from the UC Berkeley campus, have been drawn and the owners of the center have engaged Colliers to market the property and potential. As designed and envisioned by Lowney Architecture, “a new owner could potentially re-develop the... Read More »

Designs For Six-Story “Student-Oriented” Development In Berkeley

Designs For Six-Story “Student-Oriented” Development In Berkeley

Panoramic Interests is pushing forward with the proposed development of a 6-story “student-oriented” rental building to rise on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. As designed by Lowney Architecture, the 2539 Telegraph Avenue project includes 65 residential units with room(s) for up to 145 residents over 6,000 square feet of ground-floor... Read More »