MacArthur Station

Mural

Completed Mural Affordable

MacArthur BART Parking

Completed Partking Garage

Parcel A1 Rendering

Rendering of Parcel A + C1 (Hines)

Parcel B Rendering

Rendering of Parcel B (Boston Properties)

Retail Rendering

Rendering of Retail

MacArthur Station is a mixed-use Transit-Oriented Development located adjacent to the MacArthur BART Station in North Oakland. The result of a BART Citizens’ Planning Committee (CPC) effort, the project will redevelop and revitalize this underutilized site to create a vibrant transit-oriented community that enhances bicycle and pedestrian use, with increased and enhanced access to the BART station and connecting public transit lines.

Project Description

MacArthur Station will provide up to 880 new homes on a 7.76 acre site, of which 737 homes will be market rate and 143 units will be below market rate. The development includes construction of four buildings for high density, multifamily housing, with a new 478-space parking garage for BART patrons and guests. In addition, 39,250 square feet of local commercial and retail space will be constructed. Phase 1 of construction, which included demolition of adjacent motel properties, along with construction of the BART parking garage and site infrastructure, has been completed. The construction of the affordable apartments “Mural” was completed in December 2015. Two market rate parcels commenced construction in the spring of 2017, and will be completed by March, 2019. The remaining market rate parcel’s construction started in 2018, and is expected to be completed by 2021.

MacArthur Station Selected for LEED Neighborhood Development Pilot Program

The U.S. Green Building Council selected MacArthur Station to be part of its new Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Neighborhood Development Pilot Program. LEED for Neighborhood Development recognizes projects that successfully protect and enhance the overall health, natural environment and quality of life in our communities. As part of the pilot program, MacArthur Station had the opportunity to help shape the LEED ND program, serving as an example of Transit-Oriented Development. MacArthur Station received a LEED Gold Level rating under the first phase of the program.