Someone or something really does not want this Emeryville development to get built, because the very same under-construction residential and retail complex that went up in flames last July, The Intersection at 3800 San Pablo Avenue, caught fire again this morning. As the Chronicle reports, the fire started around 2:45 a.m. and by 5 a.m. had engulfed the complex for the second time in less than a year.

The development, which includes 105 residential units, was first approved in 2013 and began construction in 2015, only to be declared a total loss after the six-alarm blaze that tore through it last summer, which also spread to several nearby homes in this heavily redeveloped area at the Oakland/Emeryville border.

This morning's fire made it to five alarms, and was still being extinguished as of about 8 a.m. Saturday, as we see from a tweet from KRON 4's Averi Harper. KRON 4 reports that the fire was contained as of 7:20 a.m.

Firefighters responded to this latest blaze from the Oakland, Emeryville, and Alameda County fire departments, and no injuries related to the fire have been reported.

As with the earlier fire, firefighters feared that the fire could spread to nearby buildings, and the Red Cross was initially called in to help with an evacuation. Per KRON 4, all those evacuated have since been allowed to return to their homes.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

The project's developer, Holliday Development, will apparently have to start again, again.

Previously: Firefighters Contain Six-Alarm Blaze At Emeryville Construction Site