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Tidewater Capital Receives Final Approvals for Two Oakland Res Developments

1/31/24

San Francisco-based Tidewater Capital received final approvals for both 533 Kirkham, a 289-unit residential development in West Oakland, as well as a 381-unit project at 1431 Franklin in the city's Downtown.

The 533 Kirkham project is slated to rise 85 feet with approximately 254.9k sf in total, 237.9k sf of which will be dedicated to housing, 3k sf for retail, and 8.9k sf for the ground-level garage. Unit types include 52 studios, 74 junior one-bedrooms, 58 one-bedrooms, and 104 two-bedrooms. Of the 289 apartments, 13 will be designated affordable to very low-income households, translating to half of the area median income. The garage will include parking for 40 cars and 95 bicycles.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the project architect, has designed an exterior wrapped with textured grey and green granite panels over an Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems facade and metal panels for the carved-out Juliet balconies. The ground level will feature floor-to-ceiling glass around the retail spaces.

1431 Franklin, Oakland
1431 Franklin, Oakland
1431 Franklin will rise 413 feet with a total of 501k sf, 421k sf of which will be dedicated to housing. Unit types include 64 studios, 148 one-bedrooms, 150 two-bedrooms, and 19 three-bedroom units. Of the 381 units, 39 units will be designated affordable to very low-income households, translating to half of the area median income. There will also be 167 parking spots provided over four levels in an above-ground structure.

LARGE Architecture designed the project with a panelized punched window exterior composed of light-colored brick fašade and vertical bronze fins in order to contextualize the exterior with the surrounding Historic District. The ground level will feature floor-to-ceiling glass.





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