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Spacious and stylish unit in historic Golden Bridge Lofts building, just 2.5 blocks from Broadway and the 12th St. BART station, and a few blocks to beautiful Lake Merritt! The 1914 art deco-style building was completely remodeled and turned into 20 live/work units in 2009. Because of their soaring ceilings, expansive windows, and inherent style, the building has been compared to the lofts in New York City's SoHo neighborhood. Since the conversion, this is the first time one of the more desirable "02" units is coming on the market!
Features include stainless steel appliances, maple cabinetry, granite countertops, and a combination of freshly refinished maple hardwood, new carpet and tile flooring. The primary bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, a spacious separate half bath has laundry. Lots of storage in the unit and additional storage space in the basement. An elevator and secure entry add to the comfort in this chic urban enclave.
Downtown Oakland is home to a wide array of businesses large and small, the skyscrapers of giant health care provider Kaiser Permanente and Clorox; high-tech startups like Internet radio station Pandora; and sports franchises the Oakland Athletics. With a vibrant bar scene and numerous eclectic eateries that have popped up in recent years, as well as easy access to transportation (free shuttle busses and BART stations along Broadway) make living in the area a vibrant and convenient location.
Newly developed condominium projects, a few old Victorians, and converted hostoric buildings like 330 13th St. make up the majority of the housing in this mostly urban area. Oakland’s heritage as a port city can still be found in its communities and cuisine: Le Cheval, a Vietnamese neighborhood institution; Rio California, a Brazilian eatery located in Preservation Park; and Ichiro, a Japanese sushi bar. Downtown Oakland’s entertainment scene includes the massive (and massively popular) Paramount Theatre on Broadway and the Fox Theater on Telegraph Avenue. These former movie palaces now feature concerts across all genres, dance and showings of classic movies. Oakland First Fridays is a monthly gallery walk that includes artisan works and food vendors, an extremely popular event during "normal times". Some Downtown Oakland residents can walk to work, while those who work in San Francisco have access to two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations.