Cathedral Building at 1615 Broadway Street, Oakland CA

The Cathedral Building is an historic building in the triangle created by the intersection of Broadway Street and Telegraph Avenue in downtown Oakland.  Constructed in 1914, the building, located at 1615 Broadway Street, was originally called the Federal Realty Building.  Converted into a mixed-use building in 2008, the first 6 floors of the Cathedral Building are commercial space and floors 7-14 are condominiums.

Each of the condos at 1615 Broadway occupies an entire floor, accessed via both stairway and elevator.  Floor plans are unique and feature 2-3 bedrooms with open living areas.  Several of the units in the Cathedral Building have a loft-like second story and two of the condos have private roof decks.  The condos in the Cathedral Building have gourmet kitchens with high-end appliances.

Condos/lofts for sale at 1615 Broadway Street, Oakland

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The Cathedral Building is in a convenient downtown Oakland location.  Both the 19th Street BART and the City Center BART stations are down the street (in opposite directions), and all the amenities that downtown Oakland has to offer are nearby.  For entertainment, the lively Uptown district is an easy walk away.

If you are interested in purchasing or selling a loft, condominium, or single-family home in Oakland or elsewhere in the East Bay, contact East Bay Modern Real Estate.  We are your local East Bay residential real estate experts.

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