The Cathedral Building
The Cathedral Building, designed by architect Benjamin McDougall, was built in 1914 as the Federal Realty Building and is one of the West Coast's finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture. The buidling was honored into the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 and it remains one of Oakland's most conspicuous and familiar landmarks.
Floors 7-14 are now being offered for sale as private, distinctive residences. Each flat is accessed by secure elevator entry or by the ornate marble stairway and features 2-3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, walls of windows and luxurious interior finishes.
The Cathedral Building is located at the intersection of two of Oakland's broadest and most important thoroughfares: Broadway and Telegraph Avenue, marking the border of Oakland's busting City Center and the vibrant Uptown art district. Oakland's 19th Street BART station, just three stops from San Francisco's Embarcadero Station, is located just 1.5 blocks from the property.
The neighborhood saw some terrific additions in 2007, including Whole Foods Market, Flora, Levende East, Cesar, and The Uptown Nightclub featuring live indie music and DJ's. 2008 will solidify the Uptown District with the renovation of the historic Fox Theater and the addition of Forest City's 600+ residential units and 25,000 square foot park.
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|Unit#||Sale Date||Sq Ft||Beds||Baths||Partial Baths||Price||Price/sq ft|
|14FL||October 31, 2014||2,100||3||2||0||$1,360,000||$648|
|3||February 17, 2014||0||0||1||0||$700,000||$0|
|5||January 10, 2014||0||0||1||0||$775,000||$0|
|12||May 27, 2013||0||3||2||0||$790,000||$0|
|8||January 17, 2013||0||3||2||0||$790,000||$0|
|10||December 28, 2012||0||3||2||0||$760,000||$0|
|14FL||July 27, 2009||2,100||3||2||0||$995,000||$474|
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