Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts For Sale

View the newest Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts for sale and Oakland real estate below! Not to be confused with its neighbors, the Filbert Street Lofts or Filbert Court, Filbert Live/Work Lofts is a 15-unit loft conversion located at 3016 Filbert Street in West Oakland, California. The Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts are directly across the street from the Filbert Court loft development. For additional information on Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a studio showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts.

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Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts Market

Designed by Savidge Warren + Fillinger of Studio-e Architecture, The Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts are in a historic brick and wood-frame warehouse-factory that combines a new addition with the original Art Deco structure. Each of the lofts at 3016 Filbert Street maintains the integrity of the original industrial details through reuse and recycling of existing material. The units in Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts feature a flexible floor plan, large windows, a shared courtyard, and secure parking.

Filbert Street Live/Work Loft Amenities

3016 Filbert Street is close to all the amenities of nearby Emeryville and is in a perfect location for commuters. The Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge is just minutes away, access to major surface streets is easy, and freeways linking West Oakland with San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area are close by.

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Considering the purchase of a studio in Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts? Let our team of local real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your new Filbert Street Live/Work 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 Filbert Street Live/Work Lofts.

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