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Channel House

Oakland Living: Multi-family residence anchored in waterfront business district

Part of Oakland’s Jack London Square waterfront, Channel House is an eight-story mixed-use multi-family complex with 333 living units, 2,400-sf of ground level retail space, landscaped courtyards, communal gathering areas, outdoor terraces, and a fitness center. The development includes five stories of Type III wood-framing over three stories of Type 1 concrete with post-tensioned concrete slabs supported by a combination of concrete columns and shear walls.

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Location:
Oakland, California
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Square Feet:
303,100
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Stories:
8
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Service:
Structural
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Industries:
Multi-Family Residential
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Primary Material:
Concrete, Steel, Wood

Project Highlights

  • A double height lounge area located on the southwest corner of Level 4.
  • The Type 1 portion of the building includes a straight wall system which maximizes the floor layout.
  • The project team devised a cost effective hybrid material solution with a steel framed system combined with a CLT floor plate above the amenity areas.

Awards

  • 2022 Golden Nugget Awards – Multi-Family Community of the Year, 100 du/acre or more
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Jeff D. Brink

CEO/Principal, San Francisco

PE, SE, LEED AP

For me, involvement in the early concept phase of a project is the most interesting and challenging. That is the time in a project when we can offer the greatest innovation and greatest cost saving ideas to the project team."

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