1201 Pine St. #353
1 BR, 1 BA Oakland Condo for Sale 946 Sq. Ft.
Modern West Oakland Flat
Address: 1201 Pine Street #353
Building: Pacific Cannery Lofts
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1 BA
Square Feet: 946
HOA Dues: $302
Sold On: 09-Feb-2017
Welcome to your Pacific Cannery Lofts home. In one of Oakland’s most interesting, award-winning, and well-located chic communities, this hip modern West Oakland condo was designed by David Baker. This is a spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bath condominium that features an open floor plan with large windows facing west bringing in the morning light. With 946 sq. ft. of living space (per tax records), the home features modern finishes from the builder including stainless steel appliances and an energy-efficient in-unit washer/dryer. There is one designated parking space, closest to the interior garage entrance. The HOA dues of $320 per month cover water, sewer, garbage, common area maintenance, insurance, and reserves.
Pacific Cannery Lofts is a recent development by Holliday Development and architect David Baker 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. Ninety-nine lofts are centered on three interior courtyards inside the original cannery building, and new structures integrated into the historic rehab offer 49 more flats and 15 three-story townhomes, all about a quarter mile from the West Oakland BART station.
Pacific Cannery Lofts is part of the new Central Station community emerging in the hot West Oakland neighborhood. 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. Historically, the 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.
The nearest BART train runs every few minutes during commute time, and PCL has quick and efficient access to many freeways. Berkeley to the north, downtown Oakland to the east, San Francisco to the west, Jack London to the south; any direction you look, a destination awaits via this centralized location.
• Best Adaptive Re-use Project
• James Hardie Design Award
• National Landscape Award
• Best Residential Landscape Award