Built as a furniture factory in 1927, the structure was converted into stylish lofts in 2005. Residents love the character, exposed brick, concrete floors, and skylights.
Located in Fruitvale, the project is set back between 37th and 36th Ave and is fully gated. Many people don’t even know it exists, but the tight-knit community of residents call it a private urban oasis in the heart of Fruitvale.
BART is only 3 blocks away, and the new Bus Rapid Transit line connecting downtown Oakland and San Leandro is under construction and only 1 block away.
Craving character and done with cookie-cutter? This unit is a rare delight: exposed brick, concrete floors, large skylights, and a livable open layout.
Unit E1 has 1 bedroom, 2 baths, and covered parking spot with storage. The downstairs floor plan is flexible and open for you to arrange your dream loft space. Upstairs, there is a walkway space that can be an office or reading area, and the spacious bedroom is loaded with character, light, and beautiful exposed brick.
Owners at the International Lofts call it a private urban oasis in the heart of Fruitvale.