Address: 1201 Pine Street #139 Neighborhood: Oakland Bedrooms: 2 BR + Den Bathrooms: 2 BA Style: Live/Work Loft Parking: 2-Car Parking HOA Dues: $397
Bi-Level Live/Work Loft
A new loft community in the old Pacific Cannery building brings a greener place to live in one of the city’s up-and-coming neighborhoods: Central Station. The Pacific Cannery Lofts’ adapted reuse of the facility features artful design blended seamlessly with urban living. This particular two-level home features a spacious open floor plan with great natural lighting and a den/office space perfect for a startup or working from home.
• Approx. 1,565 square feet per tax records • 2 bedrooms plus den, 2 bathrooms • 2 huge balconies • Expansive windows • Kitchen features stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, Studio Becker cabinetry and composite countertops • Den with custom California Closet built-ins • Upgraded showerheads by Speakman and Kohler • Hunter Douglass Silhouette window coverings • Lutron lighting throughout condo • Maple laminated flooring • In-unit Whirlpool washer and dryer • 2-car deeded parking in building • HOA dues: $397 per month
Pacific Cannery Lofts is a community of 163 live/work lofts, flats and townhomes with a variety of unique floor plans designed by Holliday Development and David Baker + Partners and features the best in sustainable community living. Enjoy the signature amenities of Holliday development like a bicycle shop on premises, a dog washing station, and plenty of greenery and open space. There is easy access to Emeryville and the vibrant neighborhood of North Oakland and you are just 16 minutes away from San Francisco.
• Best Adaptive Re-use Project • James Hardie Design Award • National Landscape Award • Best Residential Landscape Award
Pacific Cannery Lofts is part of the new Central Station community emerging in the Bay Area’s most central location. Called a “City within a City” by San Francisco Magazine, Central Station brings new lofts, townhomes, apartments, and parks to the Prescott-Oakland Point neighborhood.
The Prescott-Oakland Point neighborhood flourished as the terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad, chosen as such because it was the closest point to San Francisco in all of the East Bay. While at one time all rail and transit lines branched off from this point, today major freeways, BART lines, AC Transit lines, Amtrak, and bike paths connect this neighborhood to every major location in the Bay Area. Dining, shopping, and entertainment are within easy reach in every direction.
• Dining: Brown Sugar Kitchen, Emeryville Public Market, Can’t Fail Cafe, Doyle Street Cafe, Le Cheval • Shopping: Whole Foods, Target, Berkeley Bowl Market, Ikea, Bay Street Retail, Apple Computers, Trader Joe’s, REI • Parks: Shoreline Park, Club One, Bay Area Bikes, Ernie Raimondi Park • Entertainment/Arts: AMC Theaters, Yoshi’s Jazz, Oakland Museum • Transportation: West Oakland BART, Amtrak, AC Transit, freeways 80, 880, 580, 24
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