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OAKLAND OFFICE | MORAGA OFFICE
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311 Oak Street #734 | Oakland

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN LEASED

LISTING INFORMATION
Rent
$1,800/mo
Type
Condo
Neighborhood
Jack London Square
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Sq. Ft.
880
Parking
1 car parking included

DESCRIPTION

The Sierra is widely regarded as the most luxurious condominium building in Oakland’s Waterfront Warehouse District. Built in 2003, this 223-unit
building was designed by local architect Kava Massih and developed by
nationally recognized Crescent Heights, builders of Chicago’s Park Place
Tower. The Sierra is a 12-story, luxury high-rise, that features an air
conditioned split-level fitness center, sauna, lap pool, sun terrace, media
room with billiards, conference facilities, covered parking and a 24-hour
concierge.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Unit features:

-"Loft-like" features throughout such as open floorplan and exposed concrete
-Beautiful maple hardwood floors
-Upgraded lighting in bedroom and kitchen
-Tastful custom paint throughout
-Large windows with western exposure and views of Oakland estuary and SF skyline!
-Gourmet U-shaped kitchen includes black granite countertops, sleek black cabinetry, stainless steel appliances(refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher), halogen+electric oven/range, garbage disposal
-Limestone bathroom with marble vanities
-Stackable space-saving washer/dryer in unit
-Fully wired for up to four phone lines, CAT 5, DSL, cable & Direct TV ready
-Full-amenity building in Jack London Square with outdoor heated pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, sauna, common library and media room and sun decks
-Chic two-story lobby includes conference center, out-call dry cleaning service and 24-hour concierge
-Convenient market/deli on 1st floor of building
-Steps to Jack London Square, Yoshi's, Costplus, Jack London Cinemas, Estuary Park and the SF Ferry
-Ideally located within blocks from the Oakland Estuary, Amstrak, BART and Highways 880/580/980 and 24.