Old Oakland Real Estate & Homes
Old Oakland (or "Old City Oakland" as it is commonly referred) is the city’s charming historic district, which is defined as the area between Broadway, 11th Street, the Nimitz Freeway, and Interstate 980. With the Jack London Square district immediately south, downtown Oakland immediately north, and Oakland’s rapidly growing Chinatown immediately east, some say there’s no better place to live than right here in the Old City Oakland neighborhood. Although it was all the way back in the mid 1800s, Old Oakland was actually considered the city’s original downtown, but after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake that rocked much of the region, a new downtown was born just a few blocks north. Today, Old Oakland lives much like a thriving lifestyle district that’s filled with places to eat, shop, and enjoy being a part of one of Oakland’s most desirable places to call home.
Old Oakland Neighborhood Homes for Sale, Oakland
Old City Oakland Real Estate
Old Oakland is an excellent place to begin a home search, especially if you’re in the market for a condo or an attached, maintenance-free residence. Plenty of market-rate condos have been developed all around Old City Oakland, not to mention a few transit-oriented developments that help make city living just a little more convenient. And whether you like the charm and character of a vintage building in Old Oakland or the modern look and feel of newer construction, there’s something for just about everyone when it comes to the style of condos and apartments found all throughout the neighborhood.