Here's an update on our popular Alameda development map, plus an update spreadsheet with more detail on development plans in Alameda. Projects under development include Alameda Landing and Marina Cove II (also known as Marina Shores), which will offer 365 new homes; final approvals for the Del Monte development, which could add another 380 homes to Alameda's housing stock, are expected to be granted by the City Council on Tuesday, while negotiations for development of a waterfront town center with 800 homes, shops, parks and a new ferry terminal are underway.
The City Council offered preliminary approvals for a plan to build up to 380 new homes on the 11-acre Del Monte warehouse, a development that one council member said could offer the last new housing the Island will see for years.
The City Council is due to make decisions regarding the Del Monte warehouse and Alameda Point developments at its next meeting. Here is a look at what’s on the agenda.
The Planning Board is set on Monday to consider signing off on a parking plan for the proposed redevelopment of the Del Monte warehouse.
The parking plan and changes intended to make the streets that surround the Del Monte more bicycle and pedestrian friendly are all that remain subject to the Planning Board’s okay. The City Council is expected to consider final approvals for the development proposal on December 2.
In today’s alert, we’ve got details on plans for shops and townhomes in an old Oak Street warehouse, a planning extension for Mapes Ranch and the latest news about Alameda Point.
A plan to build 414 new homes in and around an historic Del Monte warehouse all but sailed through the Planning Board on Monday, though Planning Board members voted to hold off on okaying a required traffic management plan until some fixes are made.
Welcome to a special Monday night tweet by tweet, covering the Planning Board hearing on proposed redevelopment of an historic Del Monte warehouse. Here's what happened, in tweets.
In today’s alert, we’ve got hearing dates for the Del Monte development project, finalists to develop a commercial campus (or outlet mall) at Alameda Point and some updates on plans and projects to come.
Welcome to Development Alerts, our new tool for keeping you in the loop on what’s developing in Alameda. Here’s the latest.
Five years ago the city laid off half of its planning department, as the economy fell into a deep recession and construction projects came to a screeching halt. But now that the economy is recovering, the city’s permit counter is busier than ever, planning staffers say.