The Ellington Condos For Sale
The Ellington at 222 Broadway is among the most recent high-rise additions to the skyline silhouette in Jack London Square. Built in 2009, these Oakland luxury condos offer spectacular views from many of the 134-units. From the 2-story penthouse units to more modestly priced 1-bedrooms, the condominiums for sale here offer some of the best real estate choices in the east bay when it comes to making affordable luxury real estate. [Read more...]
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Besides great views of San Francisco, additional showplace features include generous entry foyers, refreshing open-plan living and kitchen areas, elevated ceilings and glass curtain-style "window walls." Each residence is designed to feel light and airy, with ceilings over 9-feet and sweeping balconies.
Details are all clean lines and chosen for beauty as well as function: Bosch stainless steel appliances, Grohe and Moen fixtures, central heating and A/C, glass shower enclosures and Kohler bathtubs. Finishing includes hardwood and tile floors throughout, giant walk-in closets, designer cabinets, and granite counter tops. Communal amenities are all you could ask for: outdoor swimming pool, spa/hot tub, gym, community room, parking garage, and gated security.
Things to Do Near The Ellington
Jack London's warehouse and waterfront district is hip, trendy and appealing. Some of the east bay's finest dining will be steps away from home, along with a large farmer's market on Sundays , and easy access to Amtrak, ferries to Alameda beach or San Francisco, and a short walking distance to public transit and BART.
If you chose to stay local, you will soon discover that within the surrounding blocks, you can find many places to dine or grab a coffee, such as at Blue Bottle Coffee or Buttercup Pantry. On the weekend check out the Farmers' Market and the San Francisco Ferry Terminal in Jack London Square, where you can also hop a ride to the SF Farmers Market, and more foodie heaven, at the Ferry Terminal.
The nearby amazingly revitalized Uptown Neighborhood adds even more attraction as the location for creative artists and their many venues and offerings.