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Refined Designs for Building up in Berkeley

Refined Designs for Building up in Berkeley

As proposed, the Downtown Berkeley retail complex fronting the west side of Shattuck Avenue, between Durant Avenue and Channing Way, will be demolished and an eight-story development dubbed “Logan Park” will rise up to 87 feet in height across the 2352 Shattuck Avenue Site as newly rendered below by... Read More »

Refined Plans for an Important Berkeley Infill Site

Refined Plans for an Important Berkeley Infill Site

The refined plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 75 feet in height upon the Berkeley Touchless Car Wash and gas station site at the intersection of Kittredge, Fulton and Oxford Streets have been drawn. And as designed by Kava Massih Architects, the proposed development – which includes... Read More »

Refined Plans for 18-Story Berkeley Development Slated for Approval

Refined Plans for 18-Story Berkeley Development Slated for Approval

With the architects (WRNS Studio) having eliminated the previously proposed fabric of screens/shutters to adorn the development’s façade, the refined plans for a contemporary 18-story building to rise up to 180 feet in height at 2190 Shattuck Avenue, at the intersection of Allston Way in the heart of Downtown... Read More »

Price Cut for Berkeley Parcel with Approved Plans

Price Cut for Berkeley Parcel with Approved Plans

Plans to level the former Northwest Berkeley service station turned abandoned tax office at 1740 San Pablo Avenue and develop a modern five-story building with 48 apartments over 3 street level live/work units and a stacked garage for 53 cars were approved by the city earlier this year. Two... Read More »

Approved Berkeley Project in Play

Approved Berkeley Project in Play

As we first reported last year: Plans to level the former Northwest Berkeley service station turned abandoned tax office at 1740 San Pablo Avenue are in the works. And as proposed, a five-story building with 48 apartments over 4 street level live/work units and a stacked garage for 53... Read More »

Berkeley Gas Station Development Redesigned for ‘Co-Living’

Berkeley Gas Station Development Redesigned for ‘Co-Living’

Plans to level the Berkeley Gas & Smog station on southwest corner of Shattuck and Ashby Avenues have been in the works since 2015, at which point a five-story development with 44 residential units and a total of 53 bedrooms, counting a studio as one, had been envisioned to... Read More »

Rent-Free Housing for Actors and Artists as Proposed

Rent-Free Housing for Actors and Artists as Proposed

The underdeveloped downtown Berkeley site at 2009 Addison Street, upon which the former Collier Motor Sales building and garage sits, was purchased by the adjacent Berkeley Repertory Theater (BRT) back in 1995. As proposed and newly rendered below, a seven-story building will rise up to 75 feet in height... Read More »

West Berkeley Rising on San Pablo as Proposed

West Berkeley Rising on San Pablo as Proposed

Plans to level the shuttered Church’s Chicken shack on the corner of San Pablo Avenue and Harrison Street, on the northern border of Northwest Berkeley, are in the works. And as proposed, a six-story will rise up to 70 feet in height upon the site which is principally only... Read More »

18-Story Berkeley Development Closer to Reality

18-Story Berkeley Development Closer to Reality

Plans to raze the two-story commercial building at the corner of Shattuck Avenue and Allston Way, in the heart of Downtown Berkeley, have been in the works since 2016. And as proposed by Mill Creek Residential, an 18-story building will rise up to 180 feet in height upon the... Read More »

Building Up Berkeley: Refined Designs for Seven-Story Development

Building Up Berkeley: Refined Designs for Seven-Story Development

Plans to level the 24 Hour Fitness at 2072 Addison Street, in Downtown Berkeley, and develop a new seven-story building upon its site are slated be approved by the city this week. As newly rendered by Kirk E. Peterson & Associates for Ruegg & Ellsworth, the proposed development would... Read More »