Residential Opportunities in Jack london

Jack London offers a range of housing styles, sizes, and shapes for living in a vibrant urban neighborhood—where exciting activities and everyday needs are within walking distance.

APARTMENTS

Allegro at Jack London Square - 240 3rd Street

The Allegro at Jack London Square includes 310 apartments built in 2001, where urban lifestyle and luxury blend to create a wonderful place to call home. The roomy floor plans offer plush carpeting, timeless maple cabinetry, and washer/dryers!  Premium residences also have amazing views of the city skyline, East Bay Hills, and the water.

Aqua Via - 125 2nd Street

Aqua Via was built in 2006 and features 135 loft style units for apartment rental and is every commuter's dream – with close access to the Oakland/Alameda Ferry, AC Transit, Amtrak, BART and the new Jack London Shuttle, you can get where you need to go quickly and easily. Efficiently constructed, Aqua Via uses poured in place concrete as both its structure and its aesthetic and features an open-air bocce court and fitness center.

The Landing at Jack London Square - 101 Embarcadero West

The Landing at Jack London Square was built in 2001 and is a 282-unit luxury apartment community right on the San Francisco Bay. Come home to breathtaking water views, a chef’s kitchen and spacious living at The Landing at Jack London Square. This gated community is just a block from Jack London Square and amenities include fitness center, resort style pool and spa, BBQ area with picnic tables, business center, club room and private access to the 2.5 mile Bay Trail.

CONDIMINIUMS / LOFTS

200 Second Street - 200 2nd Street

200 Second Street features 74 condominiums and live/work lofts in four floor plans and was designed by award winning architect David Baker and Partners.  Enhanced by balconies and garden patios, David Baker's glass and steel frame building compliments the dynamic historic district with an intimate landscaped entry court and glass lobbies.  It includes 1 ground floor commercial space.

288 Third Street Condominiums - 288 3rd Street

91-unit condominium development by Signature Properties -Six-story loft-style building -Designed by Levy Design Partners. Amenities include gated, underground parking and a unique roof garden and community barbecue.

428 Alice Street - 428 Alice Street

428 Alice Street condominiums features 93 units, one ground floor commercial unit and the building is cast-in-place concrete with an exposed concrete exterior, floor-to-ceiling windows and in-unit balconies. Amenities including fitness center, park-like courtyard, secure garage and bike storage. 

Brickhouse Lofts - 201 3rd Street

Built in 1914 as a warehouse for W.P. Fuller & Company, it was converted in 1997 to 12 live/work condominiums.  It includes 2 ground floor commercial spaces, common area roof deck with spectacular views, barbeque area and spa.

Fourth Street Lofts - 247 4th Street

The Fourth Street Lofts building was built in 1926 for Western States Grocery and designed by Couchot, Rosenwald & Roeth.  It was converted to 37 units in 1992 and includes 2 ground floor commercial units.

New Market Lofts - 201 4th Street

The New Market Lofts building was originally built in 1929 by Couchot, Rosenwald & Roeth Architects and served as the Safeway Stores Corporate Headquarters.  It was renovated in 2001 and converted to 53 sleek, tall and bright live/work residences by well-known architects Flynn Craig + Grant and developer Reynolds & Brown.  Amenities include in-unit laundry, common gym & roof-top deck.

Phoenix Lofts - 737 2nd Street

The Phoenix Lofts includes 29 live/work lofts, including rooftop penthouses. The building was converted in 2000, designed by Thomas Dolan Architecture and includes two sky-lit courtyards and a common roof deck.

Pocket Lofts - 373 4th Street

The Pocket Lofts building was originally built in 1916 as leather pocket factory and renovated in 1998 by Philip Banta & Associates Architects to 10 live/work units.  They include beautiful architectural elements and was Sunset Magazine's Western Home Awards in 1999-2000.

Portico Lofts - 309 & 311 4th Street

The Portico Lofts building was originally built in 1930 as a plumbing showroom/warehouse and converted to a 28 unit loft building in 1998 by NHP Architects.  Some units include original wood trusses, truss corbels, and wooden-vaulted ceilings. Amenities include common courtyard, large windows and skylights.

Portobello - 1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 15 Embarcadero West

Portobello was built in 1974. It was the first housing complex in Jack London Square on approximately 10 acres. The complex is comprised of 200 residential condominium units, office space, a restaurant, and a marina. It is Oakland's only resort community with marina, swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, and tennis courts.

The Bond - 311 2nd Street

101-unit luxury condominiums. Amenities include concierge, fitness center, business center, outdoor courtyard with barbeque and 4,000-square-foot private dog park.

The Ellington - 222 Broadway

The Ellington has 134 luxury condominium units in a 16 story high-rise community completed in 2009 with ground floor retail/commercial space. The building includes spectacular views and amenities that include an outdoor swimming pool, spa, gym, club room, concierge and 24-hour security guards.

The Sierra at Jack London Square - 311 Oak Street

The  Sierra At Jack London Square consists of 219 condominium units  and 5 commercial units completed in 2003. The complex is located at 311 Oak Street with the  main entrance on 3rd street in the Jack London Square  District in Oakland, CA.The Sierra features open  loft-style condominium homes, some with 18-foot ceilings, soaring windows,  exceptional views of the city, mountains and the bay, provide residents more  light space than most buildings in the area. Amenities include swimming pool, sauna, fitness center, business center and 24 hour concierge/security.

Tower Lofts - 255 3rd Street

The Tower Lofts building was built in 1926 and converted in 1994 to 24 live/work condominiums with two ground floor commercial spaces. The units include tall ceilings with exposed concrete ceilings and mushroom-capped pillars, secure building with intercom/telephone entry system, common area and a BBQ-friendly garden roof deck with expansive views.