Oakland is really pushing to make this, (almost) water front location the place to live. 200 Second Street and 288 Third Street are two recently completed new construction condos. I have recently toured these condos, and they do have great incentives. If you are interested in new construction you do need your Realtor to register you first. (Even though these new construction buildings have office hours, your Realtor needs to bring you to your first viewing.) Let me know if you are interested and I will register you and give you all of the information you need, so you can make a sound decision regarding new construction, existing construction and your best options.
Oakland's Historic Warehouse District Before
Western Pacific Railroad drove its first spike into the ground in 1906, driving Oakland's economic growth
The Posey Tube, opened in 1928, was the first concrete construction of its kind and a major engineering accomplishment for Oakland
Also in 1928, the US Treasury declared Oakland a port, allowing the city to compete with other ports, including San Francisco
The historic Warehouse District is a bustling neighborhood of lofts, condos and live-work spaces, all close to one of the Bay Area's top destinations!
Famed Jack London Square
Oakland Produce Market
Bed, Bath & Beyond, Barnes & Noble and more
Yoshi's, Regal Cinemas and California Kayaks
Scott's Seafood, Everett & Jones' Barbeque, Il Pescatore and Ben & Jerry's
Train (2 blocks to Amtrak), Ferry (1/4 mile), Freeway (3 blocks to Hwy 880) or BART (5 blocks)