The St. Joseph's redevelopment includes the adaptive re-use of the historic St. Joseph's building built in 1912 by the Little Sister of the Poor as home for the indigent. The 3.3 acre complex includes six existing buildings and significant landscape most of which will be incorporated into the redevelopment. The project will include 84 units of affordable senior housing, office space and senior gardens. A new 58 unit affordable family apartment building and associated open space is also planned. The remaining buildings are anticipated to include 16 first time home buyer units. Financing is anticipated to include tax credits, historic tax credits, proposition 1-C infrastructure funds and local City of Oakland Subsidies.
The speaker, Fred Pollack, AIA is a partner at Van Meter Williams Pollack. Fred has worked at the forefront of mixed-use, transit-oriented planning and urban design. His focus as a leader in green and sustainable architecture includes designs ranging from individual buildings, to mixed-use communities, adaptive re-use, and multifamily affordable housing. Fred has led many of VMWP's larger and award-winning projects. A LEED-Accredited Professional, Fred has worked with municipal and nonprofit organizations to implement sustainable building practices. He is an advisor for Global Green USA, and serves on several technical advisory committees for developing green and sustainable architecture, including the Multi-Family Green Building Guidelines published by the Alameda County Waste Management Authority, the Green Affordable Housing Coalition and the Zero Net Energy Housing Project. Fred is a licensed architect in California and Hawaii.
Historic Preservation Forum: St. Joseph's Adaptive Reuse
Come and participate in a discussion led by Fred Pollock, AIA, LEED AP on the adaptive re-use of the Historic St. Joseph's complex located on International Boulevard in Oakland.
Time: Noon - 1:00pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland.
Cost: None; this program open to all. Please RSVP.
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