Pocket Lofts at 373 4th Street is a small, 10-unit live/work loft conversion in the heart of the Jack London District of Oakland. Originally built in the early 1900s, the building was converted into a loft/condo development in 1998 and occupies some prime real estate in what has become one of the East Bay's hippest neighborhoods.
Designed by Philip Banta & Associates, who also designed the conversion of Oakland's Marquee Lofts on Broadway, Pocket Lofts offer true loft living with high-ceilings, tall industrial-style windows, and exposed beams. Each of the units features a downstairs living space with a sleeping area in the upstairs mezzanine, generous storage, and is fully wired for entertainment and a home office. The lofts at 373 4th Street also include an elevator and gated parking for residents.
Lofts For Sale at 373 4th Street, Oakland
Pocket Lofts are conveniently located for commuters. The Oakland Ferry Terminal, as well as the Lake Merritt BART and Oakland Jack London Square Amtrak stations, are a 10 minute walk away; and the Nimitz Freeway (I-880) is almost literally outside the back door. Residents don't need to travel far for recreation and entertainment either. Trendy restaurants and clubs, waterfront jogging and biking trails, a weekly Farmers Market, and a busy calendar of events means that no one living in the Jack London Square District needs to be bored unless they choose to be!
For more information about Pocket Lofts at 373 4th Street in Jack London Square, or for assistance in buying or selling a loft, condo, or home in Oakland or elsewhere in the East Bay, contact the East Bay real estate experts at East Bay Modern Real Estate.