1700 webster street oakland usa
       
     
 This residential tower marks the first new high rise housing in Oakland's downtown in 8 years, bringing much needed housing and activity close to jobs and cultural buzz. The 206 market rate units are designed as a vertical neighborhood, centered on creating community both at the street level and within the tower residences. The project is targeting LEED-NC V4 Gold.
       
     
 The project, due for completion in Q1 2019, opens on to 17th street, extending an existing and lively pedestrian oriented environment from BART and bus transit, anchored with a "front porch" entry and lounge space as well as a restaurant.  Working closely with Gerding Edlen developers, the project was designed to use little to no cooling, and to provide highly efficient heat and hot water from rooftop solar thermal and heat exchange systems.
       
     
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1700 webster street oakland usa
       
     
1700 webster street oakland usa

Work by Jeffrey Till while Design Principal at Perkins + Will

Gerding Edlen Developers

 This residential tower marks the first new high rise housing in Oakland's downtown in 8 years, bringing much needed housing and activity close to jobs and cultural buzz. The 206 market rate units are designed as a vertical neighborhood, centered on creating community both at the street level and within the tower residences. The project is targeting LEED-NC V4 Gold.
       
     

This residential tower marks the first new high rise housing in Oakland's downtown in 8 years, bringing much needed housing and activity close to jobs and cultural buzz. The 206 market rate units are designed as a vertical neighborhood, centered on creating community both at the street level and within the tower residences. The project is targeting LEED-NC V4 Gold.

 The project, due for completion in Q1 2019, opens on to 17th street, extending an existing and lively pedestrian oriented environment from BART and bus transit, anchored with a "front porch" entry and lounge space as well as a restaurant.  Working closely with Gerding Edlen developers, the project was designed to use little to no cooling, and to provide highly efficient heat and hot water from rooftop solar thermal and heat exchange systems.
       
     

The project, due for completion in Q1 2019, opens on to 17th street, extending an existing and lively pedestrian oriented environment from BART and bus transit, anchored with a "front porch" entry and lounge space as well as a restaurant.

Working closely with Gerding Edlen developers, the project was designed to use little to no cooling, and to provide highly efficient heat and hot water from rooftop solar thermal and heat exchange systems.

17th-east-04-1200xx4304-2428-0-0CROP (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
Pages from 1700 Webster Presentation - for Jeff (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
IMG_8133CROP.jpg
       
     
       
     

Picture12 (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
 Work by Jeffrey Till while Design Principal at Perkins + Will
       
     

Work by Jeffrey Till while Design Principal at Perkins + Will


Picture13 (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
Picture14 (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
Picture16 (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
Pages from 150330.jpg