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First Navy Base Building Sold for Adaptive Re-use

Building 91 at Alameda Point before the sale and makeover. (Courtesy Photo)

In a victory for adaptive re-use advocates, the City of Alameda announced last week that it has successfully sold the first property for private development at Alameda Point, the former Naval Air Station Alameda.

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Transportation Management Association Aims to Tackle Congestion

Alameda TMA Board Members from left to right: Doug Biggs of Alameda Point Collaborative, Michael O’Hara of Tim Lewis Communities, Wayel Fare of Wind River, Erin Fisher of Marina Shores Homeowners Association, Joe Ernst of Alameda Point Partners, and Andrew Thomas of City of Alameda. Not Pictured include Board Members: Lance Winters of St. […]

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Alameda Point Development Plan Delayed

Planning for Alameda Point redevelopment has been delayed. (Artists Rendering of proposed building.)

The City of Alameda issued a press release this afternoon to announce that the redevelopment of the first major parcel of land at Alameda Point will be delayed.

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WWII-era B-25 Flyover Wows Crowd at Alameda Point

A WWII era B-25 bomber does a flyover pass at Alameda Point on the 75th anniversary of the launch of the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. (Action Alameda News)

A three-circuit flyover of a WWII-era B-25 bomber, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the retaliatory Doolittle raid on Tokyo in 1942, wowed crowds at Alameda Point today.

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Alameda Point Developer Needs Time To Settle Finances

The developer for Alameda Point site A is asking the city for my time to settle financing.

Alameda Point Partners, the private developer approved by the City of Alameda for the development of the 68-acre Alameda Point site A, is coming back before city council to ask for more time to finalize finances.

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Alameda Point Restoration Advisory Board Meeting Next Week

Site 32, “Northwest Territories,” Alameda Point. (Alameda Point Info)

The U.S. Navy’s next Alameda Point Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meeting is scheduled for next week, Thursday, November 10.

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Planning Board to Review Alameda Point Site A Park Plan

Almost 15 of 68 acres of Site A at Alameda Point are slated to be parkland.

On Tuesday, the City of Alameda Planning Board will review a proposal for one of three parks planned for the 68-acre Site A at Alameda Point.

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Tour Contaminated Sites At Alameda Point

Interested parties can take a tour of Alameda Point clean-up sites.

Tetra Tech, a consulting company on contract with the US Navy to manage clean-up of contaminated sites at the former Naval Air Station Alameda, is hosting a tour of those sites next month.

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How To Manage Growth In Alameda?

Demolition begins on WWII era buildings in 2012, to make way for Alameda Landing. (File Photo)

For communities to grow, they need to move beyond looking at a jobs-to-housing ratio, and start looking at the jobs-to-housing fit. So says Peter Cohen, co-director of the San Francisco-based Council of Community Housing Organizations.

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Seal Supporters Say New Dock Set To Arrive Next Month

Seals lounge on a dilapidated dock at Alameda Point, May 7, 2016. (Action Alameda News)

Local activists who lobbied for a new seal haul-out dock to be built along with a new ferry maintenance terminal at Alameda Point say the dock should arrive in June. And they’re asking for help on monitoring usage. (Ed. note […]

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