Planning Board

Workshop Held to Discuss Shopping Center Zoning

Jan 20,2022

On Jan. 10th, the Planning Board held a public workshop to review a proposed zoning code amendment to permit and encourage housing developments on shopping center sites to accommodate the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA).

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City of Alameda &nbsp&nbsp APP has asked the Planning Board to all cost-cutting changes to both the building on Block 11 and Waterside Park, pictured here.

Park Plan Downsized

Dec 10,2019

At a public hearing during Monday’s meeting, Alameda Point Partners (APP) asked the Planning Board to allow changes that would scale back both the building on Block 11 on Seaplane Lagoon and the adjacent Waterfront Plaza. 

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Eric J. Kos &nbsp&nbsp The “Mulberry” development at 2100 Clement Ave. replaced an aging warehouse that once served the ship- and barge-building industry along the Oakland Estuary.

Public Invited to Join Planning Dept. Tour

Jun 18,2019

At 5 p.m. Thursday, June 20, the Planning Board will take its meeting on the road. The public is welcome to come along. The board will first host an open forum in the parking lot on Oak Street behind City Hall.

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Photos courtesy City of Alameda  The San Francisco skyline is visible in the background of this architect’s rendering of Block 11 at Alameda Point.

Planning to Discuss Key Point Elements

Feb 16,2016

The Planning Board and the public will have a chance to review and comment on three key elements of Site A at the board’s Monday, Feb. 22 meeting: Block 8, Block 11 and the parks.

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Planning Board Considers Major Projects Monday

Jan 21,2016

Alameda residents will be able to review Master Plans for two Alameda developments for the first time at the Planning Board meeting this Monday, Jan. 25, at City Hall. The Planning Board will review plans for both the Block 10 area within Alameda Point’s Site A project and Encinal Terminals.

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City of Alameda -- The West Midway  project shown here will now move to the City Council for final approval. Some 26 acres of Alameda Point will be redeveloped.

Planning Board Approves West Midway Project

May 23,2023

At its May 22 meeting, the Alameda Planning Board approved the proposed West Midway Project development plan and will recommend the City Council approve the development agreement with Catellus and Brookfield Properties. The Planning Board voted, 5-0, in favor of the plan.

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New 90-Unit Neighborhood Approved

Dec 22,2022

At its Dec. 12 meeting, the Planning Board unanimously approved a housing development project that will produce 90 townhome units located at 2015 Grand Street. The project will be developed by San Ramon-based Trumark Homes.

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