No action but lots of interest is expected tonight as city planning board members hold a study session on a proposal for 278 residential units within the Alameda Landing Project at the intersection of Willie Stargell Avenue and Fifth Street.
That will be followed by a second study session focusing on the next planning steps for the reuse and redevelopment of the former Naval Air Station at Alameda Point.
According to a staff report on the Alameda Landing project, the TriPointe Homes site plan includes 278 housing units, with a mix of townhouses, flats and detached single-family homes. Twenty-four units of attached affordable apartments are located along Stargell Avenue adjacent to the City’s Pump Station and the Shinsei Gardens Apartments.
The proposal also covers open spaces, a multi-use path, streets, paseos and various public improvements on approximately 22.3 acres.
The board meets at 7 p.m. in the City Hall council chambers, 2263 Santa Clara Ave. The agenda and staff reports are available on the City of Alameda website.