By Madeline Wells Brotzeit Lokal, a German restaurant and beer garden on the Oakland Estuary adjacent to Brooklyn Basin, is one of the best shoreline eateries in town. Read more in SFGATE.
Spokane, Washington-based SRM Development unveiled updated plans for a 191-unit senior housing building at Brooklyn Basin along Oakland’s waterfront. The Oakland Design Review Committee has completed a final review of the project. Read more in The Real Deal.
By Silas Valentino A scarcity of waterfront parks was in mind when developers set out to build what is known as Brooklyn Basin. In the area just south of Jack London Square, developers are in the middle of a multi-year project that is reshaping 65 acres of bayside land to build 3,100 new housing units,… Continue reading The hidden yet lively Township Commons in Oakland is the waterfront park the town desperately needs
Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Adrianne Todman toured some of the completed affordable housing units at Brooklyn Basin on Tuesday, May 24. Read more in SFGATE.
A new hourly paid parking lot is opening at Brooklyn Basin on Saturday, May 21, 2022. The entrance to the new lot is located on Embarcadero at 7th Avenue, and a new pedestrian crosswalk has been added across Embarcadero for convenient access to and from the lot. The lot will be open daily from dawn… Continue reading New Hourly Parking Lot Opening May 21
Los Angeles-based developer Cityview plans to break ground this quarter on a 378-unit apartment building at Brooklyn Basin. The investment and development company purchased the 1.9-acre site, known as Parcel J, late last year from Signature Development Group, Brooklyn Basin’s master developer. Read more in the San Francisco Business Times.
The new Township Commons park at Brooklyn Basin has become a hotspot for lovers of roller skating. The new park, overlooking the Oakland Estuary, opened to the public late last year and features views to the Oakland Hills and San Francisco. Read more in The Mercury News.
Brooklyn Basin’s new Township Commons public park brings new life to a formerly derelict portion of Oakland’s industrial waterfront. Read more in the San Francisco Chronicle.