Alameda Landing and Bayport Alameda | California

A 218-acre former military facility (U.S. Navy’s Alameda Fleet Industrial Supply Center) is being transformed into a water-oriented, mixed-use development along the Estuary in Alameda, California.

Project Experience Sheet

Project Summary

  • 218 acres devoted to a mix of uses, including office, retail, residential and a waterfront promenade
  • 300,000 square feet of retail space 
  • 400,000 square feet of office space 
  • 889 units of housing (22% affordable) 
  • Includes Bayport, a 72-acre Catellus master-planned residential community containing 632 homes, an elementary school and an 11-acre park 
  • Free shuttle to mass transit, ferry, proposed water taxi
  • $90 million of new infrastructure

Project Highlights

  • By utilizing sustainable, mixed-use building practices, Alameda Landing minimizes auto use and energy consumption whenever possible. 
  • A series of bio-retention areas within the project filter and clean 100% of all storm water naturally before it returns to the San Francisco Bay. Approximately 90% of demolished materials were recycled and reused, some onsite.   
  • The project operates a Transportation Demand Management program featuring shuttles to mass transit, pilot estuary water taxi, guaranteed ride home program, ride-share parking 
  • Alameda Landing is a sustainable community with: green space, energy-efficient buildings, pedestrian-oriented retail, street trees in parking lot medians to reduce heat gain, free shuttle to transit; easy access to Ferry and proposed water taxi
  • Complex entitlements involving the U.S. Navy, City of Alameda, Bay Conservation Development Commission, Regional Water Quality Control Board, Army Corps of Engineers, DTSC, Port of Oakland 
  • Alameda Landing won the prestigious 2013 Phoenix Award for Brownfield Redevelopment