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Our eventual Location at 2301 Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, CA
Nomadic Press is excited to be working with Parcel Projects around a new eventual location at 2301 Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, CA. There are big things to come once the new construction is complete in 2021. Read below for more information on the project and take a look at what the new building will look like once it is finished.
From the Parcel Projects website:
"Parcel Projects is collaborating with community partners on the design of a building at 2301 Telegraph in Oakland. The design will reflect and amplify the multifaceted history and vitality of the site and root the building as a resource for the neighborhood and city at large. We’re excited about the potential of this project to serve as a model for new thinking about community-based design processes and see the building itself as a test site to explore innovative ideas about programming and engaging neighborhood networks and infrastructures…a counterpoint and an example of how and for whom to build in cities like Oakland now.
We are happy to be partnering with Chapter 510 and Nomadic Press, who will be making a home in the building along with other organizations, to define the vision for the building as an open and lively space for Oakland. The ground floor will provide space for workshops, performance, art-making, retail, cafe and community-based food projects. The second floor will incorporate office space for allied organizations and a large roof deck for classes and events that will be accessible and open to the public. The upper floors will provide housing focused on affordability and neighborhood exchange.”