Market Square Lofts For Sale

Search the newest Market Square studio spaces available and real estate in Oakland below! Market Square is a 6-story, 202-unit condominium complex occupying the block bordered by Clay, Jefferson, 8th, and 9th Streets in the heart of historic Old Oakland. Located in an area that was once home to the Housewives Market, Market Square has curb-level commercial live/work loft spaces with residential condominiums on the upper levels. Market Square lofts are located at 585-599 9th Street and 801-859 Clay Street, Oakland, California. For further information about Market Square properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a private showing, contact your Bay Area real estate team today. Read more about Market Square lofts.

Lofts For Sale at Market Square Oakland

Market Square Loft Statistics October 23, 2021
1
Listed
1
Avg. DOM
$684.02
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$749,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Open 10/24
585 9Th St Oakland, CA 94607
$749,000
Condo: Market Square
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,095
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
2
Days on Site
40972007
MLS
Fresh condo in Downtown Oakland featuring two bedrooms plus an enclosed den! West-facing 4th-floor location includes San Francisco and Mt. Tam views and stunning sunsets. The highly functional...

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Market Square Loft Market

Market Square was built in two phases. Market Square I, built in 2004, has 116 units. In 2007 the 86 condos in Market Square II were completed. Floor plans for the homes in Market Square range from snug studios to 2+ bedroom models and include several flexible loft-style units suitable for residential, office, retail or live/work situations.

Market Square Building Amenities

The condos and lofts in Market Square share common amenities, which include a spa and fitness center, rooftop patio with a BBQ and eating area, elevator, a parking garage with bicycle stalls, and two central courtyards.

Market Square on 9th and Clay Streets is close to eateries and nightspots, as well as being just a few blocks from Oakland's Embarcadero and Jack London Square. Local freeways are nearby and the Oakland City Center BART station is just a short walk away, making the commute to San Francisco or other Bay Area locations simple and straightforward.

Market Square Loft Agents

Plan to buy or sell a loft space at Market Square soon? Allow our Oakland real estate specialists to help you through the purchase of your next Market Square property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current loft residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the Market Square loft market.

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about Market Square buyer or seller representation. Head to our Free Market Analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your Market Square property!

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