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Steve Michaelides presents:

Contemporary Retreat

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In the heart of Jack London Square, Unit 414 offers a clean, modern design in an open, inviting floor plan. Step inside and you’re greeted by tall ceilings, exposed concrete, warm woods and a feeling of calm. Your own Contemporary oasis.

The updated kitchen with solid stone counter tops, SS appliances and a raised-seating breakfast bar is integrated with the light-filled living space, offering the ideal flow for quiet enjoyment or casual entertaining. The split bedroom design maximizes privacy while affording a generously proportioned master suite with dual closets with built-in organizers and a large en suite bath. There's even a peaceful office alcove off of the main living area, perfect for working at home!

The building offers a spectacular rooftop deck, an unexpected oasis with panoramic views, and is centrally located with easy access to shops, restaurants, the ferry terminal and easy access to BART!

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All Showings are By Appointment.

Contact Steve Michaelides
(510) 435-9290
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Steve Michaelides

The Grubb Company

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01275784

(510) 339-0400 ext. 242 office

(510) 435-9290 mobile


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288 3rd Street #414

Jack London is a great place to take in Oakland’s waterfront. From here, you can see the cranes at one of the busiest ports in the country; take a water taxi to Alameda; or ride a ferry to San Francisco’s Ferry Building, Pier 41, AT&T Park, and Angel Island. Many of the old warehouses and former factories in this neighborhood have been converted to loft living. Queen Anne Victorians and contemporary condominiums provide potential homeowners with numerous housing options. Jack London Square is blocks from downtown Oakland and two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) lines, close to Interstates 880 and 980, and home to an Amtrak station. It is also the hub of a thriving commercial business and retail district. There’s a farmers market on Sundays and special events like the yearly Eat Real Festival. Hotels, bars, restaurants, and office space all have a place along this urban waterfront development. The place to catch the best jazz in the world is at Yoshi’s, a restaurant and nightclub.