Main Street Neighborhood Specific Plan:
On March 21, 2017, the City Council unanimously approved the Main Street Neighborhood Specific Plan which was a necessary first step before any new development could occur in the Main Street Neighborhood as required by the Zoning Amendment. Approval of the Plan was a major leap forward towards the rebuilding of the Main Street Neighborhood and specifically the supportive housing facilities of the Alameda Point Collaborative, Building Futures for Women and Children, and Operation Dignity (the Collaborating Partners).
The Main Street Neighborhood Plan (MSN) fulfills the General Plan policy objectives for a transit-oriented mixed-use, mixed income neighborhood with diverse housing options, parks and open spaces, neighborhood serving businesses and transitional commercial uses. The MSN Plan implements the vision through a variety of regulations, standards, and guidelines for both public improvements and private investment. The MSN Plan is available here: MSN Plan(PDF, 104MB)
Alameda Point - Rebuilding the Existing Supportive Housing (RESHAP)
On May 1, 2018, the City Council approved a Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) and Development Agreement (DA) for RESHAP into a new 9.7-acre supportive housing development and community is an important step forward toward providing housing for formerly homeless households and to ensure the existing supporting housing accommodations are rebuilt into a new cohesive community and well integrated with the rest of Alameda Point and Alameda in general. The RESHAP DDA is available here:(PDF, 25MB)
- Replacement of 200 units of low and very-low income housing
- Construction of 67 new low an very-low income units
- 40,000 square fee of community-serving programming and office space
- A potential replacement location for the Midway Shelter
The RESHAP Development Plan was approved in September 2017 and can be found here(PDF, 14MB).
West Midway Project
On August 6, 2018, a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) was issued to solicit developers for the development of the West Midway Project. The West Midway Project consists of 22.8 acres within the Main Street Neighborhood sub-district, located south of West Midway and bounded by Main Street on the east, Pan Am Way on the west and West Tower to the south (Exhibit 2). The site was made available through the consolidation of the existing leased supportive housing occupied by Alameda Point Collaborative, Building Futures with Women and Children and Operation Dignity (Collaborating Partners) which consolidates over 34 acres to a 9.7-acre site (RESHAP).
The RFQ focused on attracting developers interested in developing a transit-oriented mixed-use, mixed income neighborhood with diverse housing options, and a mix of commercial uses.