371 30th Street Lofts For Sale

Explore today's new 371 30th Street studio spaces for sale and properties in Oakland below. 371 30th Street is a modern mixed-use condominium building located in Oakland's modestly priced Pill Hill neighborhood. Pill Hill is home to the well-known Alta Bates Summit Medical Center and an accompanying array of medical-related services. To learn more about 371 30th Street properties on the market in Oakland or to set up a private tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about 371 30th Street lofts.

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371 30th Street Loft Market

371 30th Street is a 4-story building with 27 units. The condos are efficient 1- and 2-bedroom lofts of 674-975 square feet. Units are open and airy with private balconies and space for a washer and dryer.

371 30th Street Building Amenities

Located between Piedmont Avenue and Uptown, slightly north of Lake Merritt, 371 30th Street is in a convenient location for business and leisure. Shopping, dining, and entertainment are nearby. The terminus of the Free Broadway shuttle is a couple of blocks to the south, and access to local freeways is easy.

371 30th Street Loft Agents

Looking to purchase a studio at 371 30th Street? Let our Oakland real estate team guide you through the sale of your current loft residence or purchase your next 371 30th Street property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of 371 30th Street lofts.

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