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Holy Architecture And Full-Floor Condominiums In Oakland Batman!

Holy Architecture And Full-Floor Condominiums In Oakland Batman!

It’s across the bay, but we do love the building. Built in 1913 and designed by Benjamin Geer McDougall, the 14-story Oakland Federal Building is a shining example of the Gothic Revival movement. Renamed the Cathedral Building in 1969, the building is now going condo with the first six... Read More »

JustQuotes: Might It Draw Demand From Way Over In San Francisco?

JustQuotes: Might It Draw Demand From Way Over In San Francisco?

“The developer of the recently opened Eight Orchids condominium mid-rise in Oakland hopes to auction off nearly a third of the units, with some starting bids $300,000 below prior asking prices, as builders struggle to unload new properties in the current housing climate.” “The auction of 41 units is... Read More »

JustQuotes: An East Bay Owner “Trades Up” And Becomes A Renter

“Scorching or icy, booming or busting, there’s nothing like California’s housing market for animated conversations – and, it turned out for us, unconventional decisions.” (Want a life of leisure? Be a renter) Read More »

The Epitome of Gracious Green Living

The Epitome of Gracious Green Living

Okay, so it might be across the bay (Oakland Hills), but we’ve always had a thing for the integration of garage doors and living space. And we can’t help but feature a property that’s (self) described as “the epitome of gracious green living.” Designed by Sallie Lang of Bliss... Read More »