Emeryville: 6701 Shellmound - Nady Site Development Moving Forward

Rendering: Anton Development/TCA Architects 
Though a plan to redevelop the Nady site, a set of low-rise commercial buildings on Emeryville's northern border, has been floating around for a couple of years now, it appears that the city is getting closer to approving the project. In its current form, the proposal would add a 7-story structure with 186 new housing units to this largely commercial block of Shellmound Avenue. Though zoned for a mixed-use building, no ground floor retail space is included in this proposal. This is not all that surprising considering that the building will be fairly far from any other stores or restaurants.

The initial developer for this project was national real estate giant Avalon Bay, however, Foster City-based development company Anton has since taken over. TCA Architects is designing the project which is the same firm that is working on two of the Marketplace/Public Market redevelopment buildings (which are still owned by Avalon Bay). As the project is not fully approved just yet, we can expect some minor changes to the design over the coming months.

With the EIR for this project published (you can still make a public comment through December 21), it's likely that the city will move forward on this one soon.

Rendering: Anton Development/TCA Architects
Rendering: Anton Development/TCA Architects
Rendering: Anton Development/TCA Architects

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