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High-Rise MXU Proposed in Oakland with ‘Locavore’ Market Hall

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Pinnacle RED Group submitted plans for 1261 Harrison, a 36-story, mixed-use building in Oakland with a dual-tower look in a single structure. At 440 feet in height, it would be Oakland’s tallest building, and one of the market’s only mixed-use vertical communities to include commercial space as well as market-rate housing and affordable housing onsite.

The striking, gently curved structure will offer 185 units of market-rate and affordable housing and 120,000 square feet of Class A office space, as well as 12,000 square feet of commercial/retail space that features an innovative ‘locavore’ market hall with regionally-sourced food and maker entrepreneurs.

Pinnacle RED’s Fred Daven says, “This transit-oriented development just two blocks from BART will bring economic vitality to complement existing Chinatown and nearby businesses, and includes a pedestrian-friendly streetscape and community spaces for daytime and evening enjoyment.” Pinnacle RED is a unit of China’s Hengshan Corp.

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