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Welcome to unit 210 at 737 2nd St in Oakland, a truly unique and stunning condo in the heart of the Jack London District. This exceptional condo was once two separate units, now thoughtfully combined into one large and flexible living space, perfect for those seeking a live/work way of life in the historic building known as the Phoenix Lofts.
With 2++ bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, including a large primary bedroom with ample closet space and an ensuite bathroom, this unit offers plenty of space and privacy for residents. The dining area boasts a custom light fixture that provides a warm and inviting ambiance. Prepare a delicious meal in the chef’s kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and tons of counter space. Enjoy a cinematic experience from the comfort of your own living room with a 120” screen and projector. The industrial vibes are amplified by the cement pillars, concrete floors, and custom touches throughout.
Looking to entertain? Head up to the communal rooftop deck with a BBQ for an evening under the stars, and views of the bay! Or, if you prefer a more intimate gathering, take advantage of the private outdoor area accessible from almost every room in the unit, with automatic garage doors that open up to let in the fresh air outside while you’re enjoying a beverage with friends from the comfort of your home.
This mixed-use building is situated near some of Oakland’s best restaurants and shops along the waterfront. It’s also a short walk to the San Francisco Ferry, only a few blocks from downtown Oakland, BART, and major freeways. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a piece of Oakland’s thriving urban lifestyle in one of its most vibrant neighborhoods. Come check out this one of a kind unit for yourself before it’s gone!
Jack London is a great place to take in Oakland’s waterfront. From here, you can see the cranes at one of the busiest ports in the country; take a water taxi to Alameda or ride a ferry to San Francisco’s Ferry Building, Pier 41, AT&T Park, and Angel Island.
Many of the old warehouses and former factories in this neighborhood have been converted to loft living. Queen Anne Victorians and contemporary condominiums provide potential homeowners with numerous housing options.
Jack London Square is blocks from downtown Oakland and two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) lines, close to Interstates 880 and 980, and home to an Amtrak station. It is also the hub of a thriving commercial business and retail district. There’s a farmers market on Sundays and special events like the yearly 'Eat Real' Festival. Hotels, bars, restaurants, and office space all have a place along this urban waterfront development. The place to catch the best jazz in the world is at Yoshi’s, a restaurant and nightclub.