Sold $670,000 (List Price: $599,000) - Condominium
Situated in the Pacific Cannery Lofts – once the Pacific Coast Canning Company warehouse – 1201 Pine Street, Suite 330 is a rare and exciting 2BD/2.5BA 1143 sq ft, modern two-story townhome-like unit in the Central Station neighborhood of West Oakland. Adjoining a lush open-air courtyard shaded by plantings of dogwood, brugmansia, rhododendron, and golden Hakone grasses, the home enjoys an open floor plan, modern kitchen and baths, a deep internal pantry, two en suite bedrooms, and in-unit laundry. Communal amenities include two deeded parking spaces in the secure garage, EV chargers for all parking spaces, three public courtyards, arboretum, bike storage and repair lounge, pet grooming facility, and dry cleaning pick up/drop off lockers. Minutes from Downtown Oakland, Jack London Square, and Emeryville, the home is near West Oakland BART and the Bay Bridge.
From the entryway, the open floor plan creates a modern great room with the spacious living room open to the generous dining room. Oversized windows and sliding glass doors onto a private tree-lined patio provide a peaceful indoor/outdoor flow. The modern kitchen boasts open shelves, solid surface countertops and subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, cooktop with built-in oven, and built-in microwave. Behind a charming barn door off the kitchen is a walk-in pantry with space for just about everything the home chef could need. Also on this level is a conveniently placed powder room.
Upstairs, two en suite bedrooms with tall windows overlook the inner courtyard. Both have huge, open concept closets, and one bedroom has currently configured the closet as an office alcove. One adjoining bath features dual sinks and walk-in shower with subway tile and frameless glass door, while the second bath features a shower over tub and single sink. A stacking washer and dryer on this level eliminate the need for carrying laundry up and down the stairs.
Pacific Cannery Lofts is an adaptive reuse of a historic cannery building from 1919, with portions of the roof of the original cannery removed to bring light to the new courtyards. The community buildings include repurposing of abandoned machinery and other relics from the cannery structure into industrial sculpture and other design elements, evoking the site’s century-old labor history.
Gated community with 2 deeded parking spaces (one covered) in secure common garage
Communal bike repair lounge
Communal pet grooming facility
EV chargers for all parking spaces
Dry cleaning pick up/drop off lockers
Water-saving dual-flush Toto toilets