Brickhouse Lofts For Sale

View the newest Brickhouse Lofts for sale and Oakland real estate below! The Brickhouse Lofts in Oakland’s popular Jack London Square neighborhood embody the essence of the classic warehouse mixed-use loft conversion. Originally a warehouse for W.P Fuller & Company, this building at 201 3rd Street was remodeled in 1997 into classic live-work loft units that maintain a vintage industrial feel with modern sophistication. In 1998, the Brickhouse Lofts were recognized with the prestigious Golden Nugget Award for "Best Commercial Remodel." For additional information on Brickhouse Lofts properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a studio showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Brickhouse Lofts.

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Designed by FCGA (Flynn, Craig + Grant Architects), the Brickhouse Lofts retain the building’s original brick walls and restored steel-framed windows. A new top story, featuring a unique saw tooth roof design, lends a hip, edgy look to the classic brick building. Loft units at 201 3rd Street are spacious and light-filled. Amenities include parking in a gated lot, bike parking in a common area, live/work zoning, and a shared roof deck that offers spectacular views along with a community gas BBQ grill and a comfortable lounging area.

Brickhouse Lofts Building Amenities

With its location in Oakland’s historic warehouse district, the Brickhouse Lofts are within walking distance to BART, Amtrak, and the Oakland Ferry Terminal, which provides ferry service between Oakland and San Francisco. Commuters who prefer to provide their own transportation will find that nearby Interstate-880 makes the rest of the Bay Area just an on-ramp away.

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Considering the purchase of a studio in Brickhouse Lofts? Let our team of local real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your new Brickhouse Lofts property or the sale of your current loft residence. As Oakland real estate agents, we have expert insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to Brickhouse Lofts.

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