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Sacristy Apartments

Berkeley 2018

The 44 unit Sacristy Apartments is proposed for a largely empty lot (a former gas station) on a heavily trafficked intersection. The building is proposed with a multi-colored fiber cement rain screen skin. Large windows and 9-foot ceilings will provide good natural light. Amenities include a street level public cafe, and two gardens – one on the podium level and another on the rooftop. The project has been submitted for Zoning review.

Trachtenberg Architects:  Isaiah Stackhouse, David Trachtenberg, Neven Krickovic, Daniel Kalani
Owners: Prato, LLC
Civil Engineer: Lea & Braze
Landscape Architect:  Bruce Jett Landscape Architects