On Tuesday, June 21, the City Council voted 3-2 to move forward with the staff recommended version of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan with certain amendments to the presented concept.
DJM Capital Partners, a San Jose-based private equity real estate developer announced on Monday, June 20, that it finalized its purchase of Bridgeside Shopping Center at 2531 Blanding Ave. near Fruitvale Bridge. DJM partnered with asset management company PGIM on the deal.
An Alameda resident applied to place the property scheduled to house the McKay Avenue Wellness Center on California’s Office of Historic Preservation’s (OHP) list of historically designated buildings to preserve.
City Council will vote on the possible adoption of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan at its June 21 meeting.
The proposed project’s goals are to improve the safety conditions on the 0.7-mile segment of Grand Street between Encinal Avenue and Otis Drive.