Called the King Building, this historic Oakland structure was completed in 1904. The Class B commercial building is set at 304 12th Street in the Downtown area and has 4 stories above the street level. Inside, there are approximately 36,100 square feet of rentable office space.
The loft-style office spaces within 304 12th Street have been recently renovated to include modern conveniences. New elevators and new ADA-compliant bathrooms with showers have been installed, and all of the wiring and systems are current, which is convenient for technology-heavy firms.
This structure has been seismically retrofitted to adhere to modern standards, as well. The new features of 304 12th Street do not take away from the old-world charm of the building. Exposed red brick and timber beams, high ceilings and arched windows give the units a feel of yesteryear.
With a prime Downtown Oakland location, tenants of the King Building have easy access to City Center, Old Oakland, Chinatown and many forms of public transportation, including the BART. The neighborhood itself is extremely walkable and in fact, has a walkscore of 98.
The original brick facade of 304 12th Street is still intact and and features raised details along the corners, around the windows and between the stories. A thoughtfully carved roof line crowns the structure.
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