Townhome project on the Oakland Estuary helped revitalize a blighted area by the Park Street Bridge. Required a major repositioning of a neglected neighborhood.
- 100 townhomes
- Units ranged from 1,300-1,950 square feet in size.
Part of the Oakland Estuary Policy Plan, the project was approved in January 2003 by the City of Oakland Landmarks Board and Planning Commission
Approval from Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) Remedial Action Plan (RAP) with the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB)
Formerly a bulk fuel terminal for Shell Oil, the site was successful cleaned up and obtained a No Further Action letter from the RWQCB
Included a section of the regional Bay Trail
Saved the historic UC Berkeley boathouse and relocate it to the corner of site. Worked with Cal Crew and Alumni organizations on transaction to build new Crew facility
Landscape Architect: PGA Design
Lender: Wells Fargo Bank