Oakland: 600 21st - Victorian Homes to Be Moved for New Uptown Apartment Building

Rendering: Kahn Design Associates
A new proposal has emerged to move two historic Victorian homes in Oakland's Uptown neighborhood to make way for a new 5-story residential building. 

The historical residences won't go far, however, and will be moved just a few dozen yards to an adjacent parking lot. By scooching the homes down a bit, a larger contiguous lot is created that will be able to support a more efficiently designed new structure. In addition to the move, the historic buildings will also have some restoration work done. 

The new residential structure will take over both the lot that currently houses the historic buildings as well as a parking lot that faces 22nd street. The 5-story structure will contain 76 residential units and a ground floor leasing office once completed. Designs for the project come from Berkeley-based Kahn Design Associates

The project is located just around the corner from the proposed affordable housing project at 2126 MLK.

Rendering: Kahn Design Associates
Rendering: Kahn Design Associates
Rendering: Kahn Design Associates

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Monty's Era
November 4, 2016 at 3:14 AM delete

The Dove mountain real estate management company I hired showed me a very good apartment and offered to rent me the apartment if my sister co-signed.