Berkeley’s Design Review Committee will get their first look at plans for the David Brower Center Thursday night.
The project, to be built at the site of the city parking lot at Fulton Street between Allston Way and Kittredge Street, will feature 97 affordable housing units and 31,700 square feet of office space for environmental groups, a 7,000-square-foot conference center, a restaurant and 8,500 square feet for retail sales built above a 145-space, four-level underground parking garage.
Also on the agenda is a look at revised plans for Prince Hall Arms, a four-story 42-unit senior citizen residential building with street-front commercial at 3132 Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
Committee members rejected the building’s color scheme and the proposed use of sheet metal siding at their Dec. 16 meeting.
The panel will also look at plans for additions of office space to a building at 2107 Dwight Way and a remodeling of a commercial and office building at 1640-1650 Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. in Workshop B of the North Berkeley Senior Center, 1901 Hearst Ave.