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Brooklyn Basin (formerly "Oak to Ninth Mixed Use Development")
Oakland Harbor Partners
Signature Properties: Michael Ghielmetti, President (925) 463-1122
Reynolds and Brown: Dana Parry (925) 674-8400
The Oak to Ninth Project was approved by the City Council on July 18, 2006. The project site is approximately 64 acres of waterfront property bounded by Embarcadero Road, Fallon Street, Tenth Avenue and the Estuary. The project includes up to 3,100 residential units including 465 affordable housing units, 200,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, a minimum of 3,950 parking spaces, approximately 32 acres of parks and public open space, two renovated marinas (total 170 boat slips), and an existing wetlands restoration area. The existing buildings on the site will be demolished with the exception of the Jack London Aquatic Center, a portion of the Ninth Avenue Terminal shed building, and a portion of the Ninth Avenue Terminal wharf structure. The project does not include approximately six acres of privately-held property along the east of Fifth Avenue that contain a mix of commercial and industrial uses, as well as a small community of work/live facilities. The project will be constructed in four phases over a seventeen year period.
An amendment to the Estuary Policy Plan was approved changing the land use designation from Planned Waterfront Development-1 to Planned Waterfront Development-4. The site was rezoned from M-40, Heavy Industrial to PWD-4, Planned Waterfront Zoning District-4 and OS-RSP, Open Space-Regional Serving Park. Amendments were made to the land use maps of the Central City East Redevelopment Plan and the Central District Urban Renewal Plan consistent with the Estuary Policy Plan designation.
The project includes the approval of a Vesting Tentative Map. No. 7621, a Preliminary Development Plan, Design Review Guidelines, and a Development Agreement. An Environmental Impact Report was prepared for the project and was certified by the Planning Commission and City Council.
Please refer to the bottom of this web page for copies of the consultant reports and final approval documents.
Community Meeting 6/9/04
Public Hearing - Landmark Preservation & Advisory Board 6/14/2004
Public Hearing - City Planning Commission 6/16/2004
Final Report - Small Group Interviews & Public Meetings 5/2005
Oak to Ninth Comment Summary Report
FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT PUBLISHED February 1, 2006
Special Planning Commission December 3, 2005, 10:00 - 12:00 a.m., Walking Tour of Ninth Avenue Terminal, One Ninth Avenue
City Council/Redevelopment Agency 7/18/2006
Staff Report Attachments Items 10.28-CC 1 thru 5
Feasibility Analysis for Shoreline Improvements/Pier Retrofit
9th Ave Terminal Reuse Feasibility Analysis - Revised 1/21/06
9th Avenue Terminal Shed Structural Report
Project Alternatives Feasibility Analysis
Fiscal Impact Analysis EPS 7/28/05
PFM Group Memo on Oak to 9th 6/01/06
EPS-Chelsea Pier - Torpedo Factory Adaptive Reuse 5/31/06
Carey Co- 9th Ave Term report-final
EPS-Revised Fiscal Impact Analysis 6/1/06
Novogradac-9th Ave Pier Renovation (Tax Credit Analysis) 5/17/06
FINAL APPROVAL DOCUMENTS
Estuary Policy Plan Amendment Planned Waterfront Development-4 land use designation
Estuary Policy Plan Amendment Land Use Map
Planned Waterfront Zoning District-4 (PWD-4) text
Planned Waterfront Zoning District-4 (PWD-4) map
Vesting Tentative Map No. 7621
Preliminary Development Plan
RESPONSE TO COURT ORDER
Revisions to the Analysis in the Oak to Ninth Project EIR (SCH. NO.2004062013) Prepared to Comply with the Alameda County Superior Court Order in Case No. RG06-280345 and Case No. RG06-280471 9/2008
PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING 11/5/2014
Staff Report + Attachments