Civic Center Homes For Sale

Discover the best Civic Center homes for sale and real estate in Oakland below. Situated over on the east side of Oakland’s Central Business District is Civic Center — a downtown neighborhood that’s full of both residential development and many of Oakland’s primary government buildings. For anybody who already works downtown, there’s hardly a more convenient place to live than Oakland's Civic Center neighborhood, especially if you’re a buyer who’s specifically looking for a condo residence right in the heart of downtown Oakland. For up-to-date information regarding Oakland properties for sale in Civic Center or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today! Read more about Civic Center real estate.

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Civic Center Real Estate Market

Civic Center is roughly bounded by Harrison Street to the west, Lakeshore Avenue to the east, 14th Street to the north, and 11th Street to the south. As alluded to above, much of the Civic Center real estate market consists of high-rise and mid-rise condos, of which many have only recently been developed. Apartment residences are also widespread throughout the Civic Center area, so regardless of whether you’re looking to rent or buy, attached living spaces are plentiful here in Oakland’s one-and-only Civic Center neighobrhood.

Civic Center Community Amenities

The historic Civic Center Post Office, the Social Security Administration Building on Jackson Street, the Alameda County Law Library, the Alameda County Courthouse, and two Alameda County government office buildings are all neatly packed into the Civic Center neighborhood, and ideally situated on its outskirts are a number of mid-rise and high-rise mixed-use developments that also help fill out the area’s dense landscape.

Civic Center Real Estate Agents

If you're purchasing a home in Civic Center, allow our team of local real estate experts to guide you through the process with your Civic Center property today. As Oakland real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Civic Center market dynamics.

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your Civic Center home, contact Bay Area Modern. Check out our Free Market Analysis page to receive a free home value analysis in Civic Center.

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