One of the biggest gambles (or corrupt city investments, depending on how you see it) in Oakland Redevelopment history, the 665-unit mixed-use development known as the Uptown Project, remains only 37% occupied more than a year after opening, according to recent management reports obtained by the East Bay Express. Arguably 25 of that 37% are occupied by low-income tenants as part of the city-mandated group of units set aside as affordable units.