New Market Lofts at 201 4th Street, Oakland

The New Market Lofts at 201 4th Street is a luxurious, mixed-use loft development in Oakland's Jack London Square neighborhood.  The original structure, built in 1929, served as corporate headquarters and warehouse space for Safeway Stores.  Renovation, completed in January of 2002, converted the existing building into five floors of retail, office, and residential loft space.  The addition of a sixth floor created six penthouse units, each with a private, rooftop terrace.

While the exterior of the New Market Lofts presents the traditional rugged facade of a building designed for commercial/industrial use, the entry and lobby area are sleek, with an edgy, avant-garde vibe.  The lofts are upscale, with floor plans that vary in size from over 1300 square feet to smaller, one-bedroom units.  Amenities for the New Market Lofts include granite countertops, maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, in-unit laundry, secure parking, and a gym.

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New Market Lofts is within walking distance to the Lake Merritt BART station, as well as the Jack London Square Amtrak Station and the Oakland Ferry Terminal.  Nearby freeway I-880 links commuters who prefer to drive with the rest of the Bay Area and beyond.

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