San Francisco Chronicle - (Sunday)
Twobedroom unit occupies full floor in Oakland’s Cathedral Building.
Own a piece of history at the crown jewel of downtown Oakland’s architectural marvels, the Cathedral Building. Built in 1914, the Cathedral Building is one of few everlasting symbols of Gothic Revival architecture on the West Coast.
The entire seventh floor of the Cathedral Building is now available to the discerning investor who wants to live at the luxurious nexus of classic style and modern amenity.
Located at 1615 Broadway in the heart of downtown Oakland, the facade of the iconic Cathedral Building is a stunning collection of arches, spires, and geometric wonders. Inside, the totally reimagined seventh floor is one of nine residences in the building, and features a clean, modernist design, 2,169 square feet of stylish openuse floor plan.
This twobedroom and twobathroom is an immaculate showstopper. With views of the city out every window and an exquisite attention to detail everywhere you look in the apartment, to live in the Cathedral Building is to be at once alive in a bygone era while living in a romantic Walpolean future.
A virtual tour reveals the splendor of living in the Cathedral Building, its generous windows and oneakind veneer.
Floor 7 is a gem of modern design. From the Kohler infinity soaking tub to Carrara marble countertops, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, oversized kitchen island, and Viking range, this tothestuds contemporary remodel has all the right accents of lavish living in a space that soaks up bright and airy natural light.
If you recognize the Cathedral Building, it’s probably because the building itself is a cultural landmark. With its famous United Nations Mural painted by Zio Ziegler in June of 2015 and a significant feature in the awardwinning 2018 Boots Riley film “Sorry to Bother You,” the Cathedral Building is a star on its own. And now part of this star can be yours.
With a location central to Oakland’s vibrant community of startups and restaurants, and a short walk to Lake Merritt, the Cathedral Building’s seventh floor is a onceinalifetime live/work opportunity, where both your productive side and your creative side can exist in harmony.
The listing to 1615 Broadway Floor 7 is held by Annie Cheng and Dennis Loewen for Metis Real Estate Group.
For more details or to schedule a private tour, contact either agent or visit www.cathedral7.com.