The Cathedral Building Condos For Sale

The Cathedral Building, located at 1615 Broadway in Oakland, was designed by architect Benjamin McDougall in 1914, in the Gothic Revival style. It is memorable partly because it was built at the intersection of Telegraph and Broadway.  Originally known as the Federal Realty Building, it is strategically located in the area between today's City Center and Uptown art district. It was considered a gem of architectural history, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and then registered as an Oakland landmark in 1983. Now after being developed by Brog Properties, a Downtown Oakland development firm, floors 7-14 are available as private residences.

Oakland's Cathedral Building

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 The development includes a mix of residential and commercial units, housing some well known architectural and engineering firms as well. Amenities in The Cathedral Building include: secure elevator entry, ornate marble staircase, walls of windows, and lush interiors. Two and three bedroom flats with two baths, are available.

Just recently there has been an emergence of amazing restaurants and venues for entertainment in the Uptown District of Oakland that surrounds this building. Stellar restaurants such as Flora, Cesar and Levende East, and night spots like The Uptown Nightclub, and The Fox Theater, show Oakland's great offering of culture and architecture. Nearby popular venues include The Oakland Museum of California, Chinatown, Lake Merritt, and the ever growing Jack London Square.  Easy access to BART, AC Transit, the San Francisco/Marin ferry, and nearby freeways, make commuting anywhere in the Bay Area simple from this very unique location.