Alameda Point Residential Development Hits Milestone
It took decades, but housing is officially available at Alameda Point.
California developer Trumark Homes has opened presales for Leeward at Alameda Point, a community of 64 townhomes on a site the city of Alameda has wanted to redevelop since the turn of the century.
The project represents one part of a sweeping redevelopment of the former naval base, closed since 1997, that developer group Alameda Point Partners leads. Also underway is affordable housing developer Eden Housing’s 60-unit senior housing project, as well as Los Angeles-based Cypress Equity Investments’ 220-unit market-rate addition.
All told, Alameda Point Partners, made up by Trammell Crow Residential, CEI and srmERNST Development Partners, has plans for 800 homes, 600K SF of commercial space and 15 acres of parks in a 68-acre mixed-use development. Designed by KTGY Architecture, Trumark’s portion consists of two- and three-story townhomes of between 1.7K SF and 2.5K SF and from two- to four-bedrooms, with prices starting in the upper $900K's.
On top of new public parks, retail and other commercial space, residents of Leeward and Alameda Point’s other projects will have access to Alameda’s new Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal, which officials expect will open later this year.