CIM – Jack London Square Mixed-Use Development – California - Project Profile
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CIM Group (CIM) is planning to build a mixed-use development in Oakland City, California, the US.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use community with 579 units. The project will be developed in different sites.
The first site, Parcel-D includes two, eight-story towers with 473 apartments, a 229m2 retail space and 36 parking spaces.
The second site includes a 250-room, 20,439m2 hotel.
The third site, Parcel F-2 includes the construction of a 26-story tower with 338 residential units.
It also includes the construction of retail space, parking and related facilities, and the installation of elevators.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz is appointed as Architect.
In March 2016, CIM acquired two land sites that were recently entitled to up to 665 residential units from Ellis Partners, Transbay Holdings, and DivcoWest.
In October 2016, CIM submitted the revised plans for Parcel-D to build a seven-story tower to City of Oakland.
In April 2017, the planning commission approved CIM’s plans.
CIM awaiting building permits to break ground.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use community with total 579 units in Oakland City, California, the US.
The US$150 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of two, eight-story tower with 473 residential units and a 229m2 retail space
2. Construction of a 250-room, 20,439m2 hotel
3. Construction of a 26-story tower with 338 residential units
4. Installation of elevators
5. Construction of parking and related facilities
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